Garmin Rino 110 GPS Receiver User Manual

110
2-way radio &
personal navigator
®
owner’s
manual
and
reference
guide
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Introduction
Thank you for choosing the Garmin Rino (Radio
Integrated with Navigation for the Outdoors). To get the
most from your new Rino, take time to read through the
Quick Start Guide first, then this owner’s manual in order
to understand all of the operating features.
This Reference Manual will describe the Main Pages
and their options in detail. The Quick Start Guide
described the process of navigating the Main Pages and
the Option Menus, along with some basic unit operations
to familiarize you with your new Rino right out of the
box. While the Reference Manual will provide some direction on how to select or change items, its main intention
is to describe each Main Page and its Option Menu in
detail. This manual is organized into three sections.
The Introduction section provides FCC, safety,
warranty, product registration information and the Table
of Contents.
The Main Pages section (listed in same order as
viewed on screen) provides details about using the
features of the Rino according to topic. The explanations
for each feature in this section are divided into: (1) An
overview that discusses the feature and how it functions
and (2) A detailed Step-by-Step instruction for using the
feature.
The Appendices include information on items such
as Specifications, Accessories, Data Field Definitions,
MapSource information, a Troubleshooting Guide, Wiring
Diagram and a Time Offset Chart followed by the Index.
Please check to see that your package includes the
following items. If any parts are missing, please contact your Garmin dealer immediately.
About This
Manual /
Packing List
Standard Package Contents:
1 Rino Unit
1 Belt Clip
1 Wrist Strap
1 Owner’s Manual
1 Quick Start Guide
i
Introduction
FCC Compliance
FCC Compliance &
GMRS Licensing
The Rino 110 complies with Part 15 of the FCC
regulations and with Canadian ICES-003 for Class B digital
devices. Operation of this device is subject to the following
conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference
to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee
that interference will not occur in a particular installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try
to correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures:
xReorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
xIncrease the separation between the equipment and
receiver.
xConnect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
xConsult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician
for help.
The Rino 110 does not contain any user-serviceable
parts. Repairs should only be made by an authorized
Garmin service center. Unauthorized repairs or modifications could result in permanent damage to the equipment,
and void the warranty and your authority to operate this
device.
FCC Licensing Information
ii
The Rino 110 two-way radio operates on General
Mobile Radio Service (GMRS) frequencies that are regulated
by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in
the United States. In order to transmit on GMRS frequencies, you are required to obtain a license from the FCC. An
individual 18 years of age or older, who is not a representative of a foreign government, is eligible to apply for a GMRS
license. To apply for a GMRS license, you will need FCC
Form 605 (605 Main Form and Schedule F) and FCC Form
Introduction
159. You can download the application forms from the
FCC web site at http://www.fcc.gov/Forms/. You can also
request them through the FCC forms hotline at 1-800-418FORM (1-800-418-3676). You can file Form 605 on-line
at http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls/. There is a filing fee associated with this application, which may change from time to
time. For information on fees, see the FCC fee information
web page at http://wireless.fcc.gov/csinfo/feeinfo.html.
General information on GMRS may be found at http:
//wireless.fcc.gov/prs/genmbl.html.
GMRS is not currently approved for use in Canada and
some usage restrictions may apply for use inside the U.S.
near the Canadian border. For use in countries outside of
the U.S., please check with that government for any restrictions of FRS and/or GMRS use.
For questions concerning the license application or
restricted use areas for FRS and/or GMRS use, contact the
FCC at 1-888-CALL-FCC (1-888-225-5322)
Warnings and Precautions
The GPS system is operated by the United States government, which is solely responsible for its accuracy and
maintenance. The system is subject to changes which could
affect the accuracy and performance of all GPS equipment.
Although the Garmin Rino 110 is a precision electronic
NAVigation AID (NAVAID), any NAVAID can be misused
or misinterpreted and, therefore, become unsafe.
The electronic chart is an aid to navigation and is
designed to facilitate the use of authorized government
charts, not replace them. Only official government charts
and notices to mariners contain all information needed for
safe navigation – and, as always, the user is responsible for
their prudent use.
Use the Rino 110 at your own risk. To reduce the risk
of unsafe operation, carefully review and understand all
aspects of this Owner’s Manual—and thoroughly practice
operation using the Demo mode prior to actual use. When
in actual use, carefully compare indications from the Rino
110 to all available navigation sources, including the
information from other NAVAIDs, visual sightings, charts,
etc. For safety, always resolve any discrepancies before
continuing navigation.
Warnings &
Precautions
MAP DATA INFORMATION:
One of the goals of Garmin is
to provide customers with the
most complete and accurate
cartography that is available
to us at a reasonable cost.
We use a combination of governmental and private data
sources, which we identify (as
required) in product literature
and copyright messages
displayed to the consumer.
Virtually all data sources contain inaccurate or incomplete
data to some degree. This
is particularly true outside
the United States, where
complete and accurate digital
data is either not available or
prohibitively expensive.
,
CAUTION: IT IS THE USER’S
RESPONSIBILITY TO USE
THIS PRODUCT PRUDENTLY. THIS PRODUCT
IS INTENDED TO BE USED
ONLY AS A NAVIGATIONAL
AID AND MUST NOT BE
USED FOR ANY PURPOSE
REQUIRING PRECISE
MEASUREMENT OF DIRECTION, DISTANCE, LOCATION, OR TOPOGRAPHY.
iii
Introduction
Important: Read this information before using your Rino.
Warnings &
Precautions
Exposure to Radio Frequency Signals - Your wireless
handheld radio is a low power radio transmitter and receiver.
When it is ON, it receives and also sends out radio frequency
(RF) signals.In August 1996, The Federal Communications
Commissions (FCC) adopted RF exposure guidelines with
safety levels for handheld wireless radios. Those guidelines are
consistent with safety standards previously set by both U.S.
and international standards bodies: American National Standards Institute (ANSI) IEEE. C95.1-1992; National Council
on Radiation Protection and Measurement (NCRP) Report
86; International Commission on Non-Ionizing Radiation
Protection (ICNIRP) 1996. Those standards were based on
comprehensive and periodic evaluations of the relevant scientific literature. For example, over 120 scientists, engineers, and
physicians from universities, government health agencies, and
industry reviewed the available body of research to develop the
ANSI Standard (C95.1).The design of your radio complies with
the FCC guidelines (and those standards).
Antenna Care - Use only the supplied or an approved
replacement antenna. Unauthorized antennas, modifications,
or attachments could damage the radio and may violate FCC
regulations. Do not use any radio that has a damaged antenna,
because if it comes into contact with your skin, a minor burn
can result.
Electronic Devices - Most modern electronic equipment is
shielded from RF signals. However, certain equipment may not
be shielded against the RF signals from your wireless radio.
Pacemakers - The Health Industry Manufacturers Association recommends that a minimum separation of six inches
(6”) be maintained between a handheld wireless radio and a
pacemaker to avoid potential interference with the pacemaker.
These recommendations are consistent with the independent
research by and recommendations of Wireless Technology
Research. Persons with pacemakers should ALWAYS keep
the radio more than six inches from their pacemaker when
the radio is turned ON should not carry the radio in a breast
pocket should use the ear opposite the pacemaker to minimize
the potential for interference should turn the radio OFF
immediately if you have any reason to suspect that interference
is taking place
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Introduction
Hearing Aids - Some digital wireless radios may interfere
with some hearing aids. In the event of such interference,
you may want to consult your hearing aid manufacturer to
discuss alternatives.
Warnings &
Precautions
Other Medical Devices - If you use any other personal
medical device, consult the manufacturer of your device
to determine if it is adequately shielded from external RF
energy. Your physician may be able to assist you in obtaining
this information.
Turn your radio OFF in health care facilities when any regulations posted in these areas instruct you to do so. Hospitals
or health care facilities may be using equipment that could
be sensitive to external IRF energy.
Vehicles - RF signals may affect improperly installed or
inadequately shielded electronic systems in motor vehicles.
Check with the manufacturer or its representative regarding
your vehicle. You should also consult the manufacturer of
any equipment that has been added to your vehicle.
Posted Facilities - Turn your radio OFF in any facility
where posted notices so require.
Commercial Aircraft - Many commercial airlines prohibit
the use of FRS radios on board. Switch OFF your radio
before boarding an aircraft or check the airline rules.
Blasting Areas - To avoid interfering with blasting operations, turn your radio OFF when in a “blasting area” or in
areas posted: “Turn off two-way radio.” Obey all signs and
instructions.
Potentially Explosive Atmospheres - Turn your radio
OFF and do not remove your battery when you are in any
area with a potentially explosive atmosphere. Obey all signs
and instructions. Sparks from your battery in such areas
could cause an explosion or fire resulting in bodily injury or
even death.
Areas with a potentially explosive atmosphere are often, but
not always clearly marked. They include fueling ares such
as gasoline stations, below deck on boats, fuel or chemical
transfer or storage facilities; vehicles using liquefied petroleum gas (such as propane or butane); areas where the air
contains chemicals or particles, such as grain, dust, or metal
powders; and any other area where you would normally be
advised to turn off your vehicle engine.
,
WARNING: This product, its
packaging, and its components
contain chemicals known
to the State of California to
cause cancer, birth defects, or
reproductive harm. This Notice
is being provided in accordance
with California’s Proposition
65. If you have any questions
or would like additional information, please refer to our web
site at http://www.garmin.com/
prop65.
v
Introduction
LIMITED WARRANTY
This Garmin product is warranted to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for one year from the date of purchase. Within this period, Garmin will at its
sole option, repair or replace any components that fail in normal use. Such repairs or
replacement will be made at no charge to the customer for parts or labor, provided that
the customer shall be responsible for any transportation cost. This warranty does not
cover failures due to abuse, misuse, accident or unauthorized alteration or repairs.
THE WARRANTIES AND REMEDIES CONTAINED HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND
IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER WARRANTIES EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR STATUTORY,
INCLUDING ANY LIABILITY ARISING UNDER ANY WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, WHICH MAY VARY FROM
STATE TO STATE.
IN NO EVENT SHALL Garmin BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL,
INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER RESULTING FROM THE
USE, MISUSE, OR INABILITY TO USE THIS PRODUCT OR FROM DEFECTS IN THE
PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
Garmin retains the exclusive right to repair or replace the unit or software or offer a full
refund of the purchase price at its sole discretion. SUCH REMEDY SHALL BE YOUR
SOLE AND EXCLUSIVE REMEDY FOR ANY BREACH OF WARRANTY.
Products sold through online auctions are not eligible for rebates or other special offers
from Garmin. Online auction confirmations are not accepted for warranty verification.
To obtain warranty service, an original or copy of the sales receipt from the original
retailer is required. Garmin will not replace missing components from any package
purchased through an online auction.
To obtain warranty service, contact your local Garmin authorized dealer. Or call
Garmin Customer Service at one of the numbers shown below, for shipping instructions
and an RMA tracking number. The unit should be securely packed with the tracking
number clearly written on the outside of the package. The unit should then be sent,
freight charges prepaid, to any Garmin warranty service station. A copy of the original
sales receipt is required as the proof of purchase for warranty repairs.
Garmin International, Inc.
1200 East 151st Street
Olathe, Kansas 66062, U.S.A
Phone: 913/397.8200
USA Only: 800/800.1020
FAX:
913/397.0836
Garmin (Europe) Ltd.
Unit 4, The Quadrangle,
Abbey Park Industrial Estate
Romsey, SO51 9DL, U.K.
Phone: 44/1794.519944
FAX:
44/1794.519222
The Garmin Rino 110 has no user-serviceable parts. Should you ever encounter a
problem with your unit, please take it to an authorized Garmin dealer for repairs.
The Rino 110 is fastened shut with screws. Any attempt to open the case to
change or modify the unit in any way will void your warranty and may result in permanent damage to the equipment.
vi
Introduction
Software License Agreement
BY USING THE Rino 110, YOU AGREE TO BE
BOUND BY THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE
FOLLOWING SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT.
PLEASE READ THIS AGREEMENT CAREFULLY.
Garmin grants you a limited license to use the software embedded in this device (the “Software”) in binary
executable form in the normal operation of the product.
Title, ownership rights and intellectual property rights in
and to the Software remain in Garmin.
You acknowledge that the Software is the property
of Garmin and is protected under the United States of
America copyright laws and international copyright
treaties. You further acknowledge that the structure,
organization and code of the Software are valuable trade
secrets of Garmin and that the Software in source code
form remains a valuable trade secret of Garmin. You agree
not to decompile, disassemble, modify, reverse assemble,
reverse engineer or reduce to human readable form the
Software or any part thereof or create any derivative
works based on the Software. You agree not to export or
re-export the Software to any country in violation of the
export control laws of the United States of America.
Software License
Agreement &
Registration
Customer Service Product Registration
Help us better support you by completing our
on-line registration today!
Have the serial number of your Rino 110 handy and
connect to our web site (www.garmin.com). The serial
number is located inside the battery compartment, under
the center AA battery. Look for the Product Registration
link on the Home page. Also, be sure to record your serial
number in the area provided below.
Serial Number:
*
*
+
NOTE: If you have previously
registered a Garmin product
purchase, we invite you to reregister using our NEW on-line
system. Many services provided
by our new product registration
system are now being automated and re-registering your
purchase ensures you the best
possible support from Garmin.
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Table Of Contents
Introduction
About This Manual.............................................i
FCC Compliance Statement...............................ii
FCC Licensing for GMRS...............................ii-iii
Warnings and Precautions.............................iii-v
Warranty...........................................................vi
Software License Agreement.............................vii
Product Registration........................................vii
Table of Contents............................................viii
The Main Pages
Unit Overview ....................................................1
Radio Page
The Main Page..................................................2
Status Bar...................................................3
My ID.....................................................3-4
Channels and Codes...............................4-5
Scan and Monitor...................................5-6
Setup Radio/Tones..................................7-8
Informational Picture............................9-10
Position Reporting
Position Polling...........................................11-12
Peer-to-Peer.....................................................12
Contacts.....................................................13-14
Send Location...................................................15
Map Page
The Main Page..................................................16
Zooming In/Out......................................17
Map Page Options...................................18
Panning the Map ..................................19
Stop Navigation......................................20
Show........................................................20
Data Fields..............................................20
Map Page Setup..................................21-22
Measure Distance....................................22
Navigation Page
The Main Page..................................................23
Navigation Page Options...................24-25
Data Fields..............................................25
Trip Computer Page
The Main Page.............................................26-27
Main Menu Page
The Main Page..................................................28
Using the Main Menu............................29
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Marking Your Location as a Waypoint......30
Creating a Waypoint.................................31
Projecting a Waypoint..............................32
Editing Waypoints...................................32
Saving as a Waypoint............................33
The Find ‘N Go Menu.............................33-37
Finding a Waypoint...............................34
Finding a Contact..................................34
Finding a City..........................................35
Finding a Point of Interest.................36-37
Finding a Last Found Place..................37
Using a Goto................................................38
Routes Page.............................................39-47
Creating and Using A Route..................39
Editing a Route................................40-42
Add/Edit from the Route Map Page.42-43
Navigating a Route............................43-44
Tracks Page..............................................45-48
Proximity Page..............................................47
Satellite Page............................................48-50
Setup Pages..............................................51-56
Time Page...............................................51
Units Page..........................................52-53
Display Page............................................54
Heading Page..........................................54
Interface Page.........................................55
System Page.............................................56
Calendar Page..............................................57
Alarm Clock Page.........................................58
Calculator Page.............................................58
Stopwatch Page............................................59
Sun and Moon Page.....................................60
Hunt and Fish Page......................................60
Area Calculation Page...................................61
Games Page..............................................62-63
Appendices
Appendix A: What is FRS?....................................64
Appendix B: Specifications..................................66
Appendix C: Accessories......................................67
Appendix D: MapSource Setup...........................68
Appendix E: Troubleshooting.........................69-70
Appendix F: Data Field Definitions..................71-72
Appendix G: Wiring Diagram..............................73
Appendix H: Frequency Chart.............................74
Index............................................................75-77
Main Pages
Rino 110 - Overview
The Rino 110 (Radios Integrated with Navigation for
the Outdoors) is a 7.6 ounce, 12 channel GPS-enabled
handheld device with integrate radio functionality to provide two-way communications for up to two miles using
14 FRS (Family Radio Service) and 8 high-performance
GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) channels (US
versions only) for up to five miles. On Rino units sold in
Canada, GMRS is not approved for use by the Canadian
government and this feature is disabled. The peer-to-peer
feature allows you to receive and transmit your GPS position to other Rino users on FRS bands only. You can keep
track of up to 50 other contacts from other Rino users.
The polling feature allows Rino users to the capability to
manually poll GPS locations from other Rino users.
The Rino 110 has seven keys located on the unit that
allow the user to quickly access all of the units functions.
The Rino 110 has a 160 X 160 pixel, 4 level gray monochrome display for easy viewing.
The Rino can store up to 500 waypoints with a 10character name and graphic symbol. The active track log
will store up to 2048 points and allow you to save up to
20 tracks with 125 points per track.
Using Garmin’s MapSource™ Points of Interest (POI)
CD, software (not included), you could choose to have
the Rino 110 display up to 1MB of a variety of different
point data (not actual maps) information, such as businesses, cities, landmarks and marine. Check your local
dealer or our web site (www.garmin.com) for a complete
listing of MapSource and other Garmin products.
Garmin designed your Rino 110 with the user in
mind. The Rino 110 is waterproof to IPX7 standards and
is rugged enough to endure the most trying use, and
Garmin’s friendly user interface will allow you to start
navigating with your new GPS in no time. Your Rino 110
can provide one more critical benefit, peace of mind.
With your Rino 110 you will know where you are, where
you’ve been and where you’re going. And since you’ll
always know the way back home, you can concentrate on
what you set out to do, explore the great outdoors.
Features
1
Radio Page
The Main Page
Radio Page
Hold PAGE to release the
keylock.
Radio Page - Overview
The Radio Page is the first of the default Main Pages.
This page provides the user interface for FRS (Family Radio
Service) and GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service) radio
operations. Use this page to control and setup the radio,
view current settings and see informational graphics of the
radio’s operation.
The ‘My ID’ field allows you to customize a name and
chose a symbol that will appear on other Rino units as you
communicate with them.
The Rino has a total of 22 channels (14 on Canadian
versions) and 38 squelch codes to select from using the
‘Channel’ and ‘Code’ fields. Channels 1-14 are for FRS and
15-22 are for GMRS. GMRS (disabled by default and not
available on Canadian units) frequencies are regulated by the
FCC (Federal Communications Commission). In order to
transmit on these frequencies, you are required to obtain a
license from the FCC (see pg. ii-iii). The ‘Scan’ option allows
you to scan through the channels for voice activity. The
‘Monitor’ option lets you monitor a single channel for any
activity, including static and weak voice signals. You might
choose this option if a signal is getting out of range or weak.
The Informational Picture on the bottom half of screen
features Garmin’s Mr. Mark Waypoint to show current GPS
& radio status (see pg. 9) and radio actions. As you operate
the unit, the graphics will change depending on what actions
you are taking or unit settings.
The Status Bar at the top of the page will show icons for
current radio settings and operation. The Options Menu, on
the right side of the Status Bar, has settings for Setting up the
radio, defining a scanlist, and turning the GPS or radio On/
Off. The Main Page Menu, on the far right side of the Status
Bar, allows you to jump to any of the available Main Pages.
The Rino buttons (Except the TALK key) may be keylocked in order to avoid unwanted key presses.
To lock/unlock the keys :
2
1. Press IN and hold the THUMB STICK to access the
Shortcut Menu, then highlight ‘Enable Keylock’ and
press IN. To unlock, press and hold the PAGE key until
‘Keylock Disabled’ is displayed (about 5 seconds)
Radio Page
Status Bar - Overview
The Status Bar at the top of the screen will display
on all the available Main Pages. As you move around
any Main Page or change pages, the current page’s title
will briefly display for 3 seconds then be replaced by the
Status Bar. You will see current settings and operational
icons on the Status Bar as you operate the unit. The available icons are:
Status Bar
Battery Full (Each bar represents 1/4 charge)
Battery 1/2 charge
Battery Empty
Using External Power
Receiving Radio Transmission
Transmitting Radio Transmission
Backlight On
Radio On
Status Bar
Location Ready to Send/Poll
Keylock On
Alarm Clock On
GPS On and Position Ready
My ID Field
GPS On, Position Not Ready
My ID and Symbol Fields - Overview
The ‘My ID’ field allows you to enter a name and
symbol that will appear on other Rino units as you communicate with them. You may enter a name using up
to a combination of 10 letters, numbers or spaces. The
Symbol field allows you to choose a face icon from a list
to further personalize your ID.
Symbol
To enter a name:
1. Using the THUMB STICK, highlight the ‘My ID’
field and then press the THUMB STICK key IN. This
will activate the field and display the keyboard.
2. Move the THUMB STICK Up, Down, Left or Right
3
Radio Page
My ID /
Channels & Codes
to highlight the ‘Clear’ field, then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to clear the default ‘Name’ ID.
3. To enter a new ID, press the THUMB STICK Up,
Down, Left or Right to move the cursor to the desired
letter, number or a space, then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to select that highlighted character.
You may enter up to 10 characters for your ID.
You will also see a highlight cursor in the ‘My ID’
field showing your current entry position in that field.
Choosing ‘Back’ will delete the character to the left
of the cursor. Use the left or right arrow symbols to
move the highlight in the ID field.
4. When you have entered your new ID, use the
THUMB STICK to highlight ‘OK’ and then press IN
on the THUMB STICK.
Changing the user symbol
Changing the user symbol:
1. Using the THUMB STICK, highlight the face symbol
to the right of the ‘My ID’ field and then press the
THUMB STICK key IN. This will show a list of available face icons.
2. Move the THUMB STICK Up or Down to scroll
through the selections. Since not all the selections
can fit in the window, you will see a slider bar on the
right side indicating your current position in the list.
3. Once you have highlighted the desired icon, press IN
on the THUMB STICK.
Channel and Code - Overview
Select from FRS channels
1-14 or GMRS 15-22.
4
The Rino has a total of 22 channels (14 on Canadian
units) and 38 squelch codes to select from using the
‘Channel’ and ‘Code’ fields. Channels 1-14 are for FRS and
15-22 are for GMRS (disabled by default and not available
on Canadian units). To communicate with other Rino and
FRS/GMRS users, you must be on the same Channel and
Code. Garmin Rino units will work with many 3rd party
FRS/GMRS radios, provided the other radios use standard
FRS/GMRS frequencies. A chart of the Rino frequencies
may be found in Appendix H.
Squelch codes allow you to hear calls from only specific persons. Thirty-eight Squelch Codes (called Continuous Tone Controlled Squelch System or CTCSS) allows
Radio Page
your Rino to ignore unwanted calls from other persons
who are using the same channel. Simply select the same
squelch code (number) as selected by the other person(s)
you desire to communicate with. NOTE: Squelch codes
do not cause your conversation to be private. They only
allow you to filter out other users on the same channel, so
you only hear the radios you want to. Squelch Codes are
not a scrambling system! Setting the code to 0 (squelch
code off) will allow you to hear all activity on the selected
channel, but you must be set to the same code as the
other person(s) to transmit back. See Appendix H for a
table listing all of the 38 Squelch Codes and their frequencies.
As you change the main channels, the Rino will
remember the last channel/squelch code combination
that you were using. For example, you may set the unit
to Channel 5, squelch code 21, then change the main
channel to 8 and that code to 2. If you change the channel
back to 5, the squelch code will change back to its previous setting of 21.
See Appendix A for more information on FRS/GMRS
and its operational aspects.
Channels & Codes
/ Scan & Monitor
Choose from 38 squelch
codes. Setting the unit
to zero will allow you to
hear all transmissions
on that channel, but you
must be on the same code
to radio back.
To change the Channel and/or Code:
1. Using the THUMB STICK, highlight the ‘Channel’ or
‘Code’ field and then press the THUMB STICK key
IN. This will show a list of available channels/codes.
2. Move the THUMB STICK Up or Down to scroll
through the selections. Since not all the selections
can fit in the window, you will see a slider bar on
the right side indicating your current position in the
list.
3. Once you have highlighted the desired selection,
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Scan and Monitor - Overview
The ‘Scan’ option allows you to scan through the
available channels for voice activity. As the unit scans and
receives a signal (or if you transmit), it will stop on that
channel/code for a few seconds, then continue scanning. You may also use the Set Scanlist option to pick
The Code field will go
blank when the unit is
scanning channels.
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Radio Page
Scan & Monitor
The Code field will go
blank when you monitor
a channel.
which channels/codes to scan. Since it can take time to
scan through the all the channels, selecting only specific
channels/codes will decrease the scan time. Decreasing scan
time will help prevent the chances of missing a transmission. The Scanlist also has Option Menu choices to ‘Scan
Current Codes’ or ‘Scan All Codes’. Choosing ‘Scan Current
Codes’ will scan only the Channel and Code combination
in memory
The ‘Monitor’ option lets you listen to a single channel
for any activity, including static and weak voice signals.
The Rino series will automatically squelch a frequency to
filter out unwanted noise. Using the Monitor option will
temporarily turn off the automatic squelch allowing you
to hear the open channel. If you see a broken transmission
symbol (see pg. 9), you may be receiving a signal too weak
to trigger the unit’s squelch. You might choose this option
if a signal is getting out of range or weak.
To Scan or Monitor a channel(s):
1. Using the THUMB STICK, highlight the ‘Scan’ or
‘Monitor’ button and then press the THUMB STICK
key IN. ‘Scan’ will start searching through the available channels. ‘Monitor’ will open the channel in
order to listen to any radio transmissions on that
channel.
2. To stop using either option, highlight the button with
the THUMB STICK and press IN.
To Setup a Scanlist:
1. Using the THUMB STICK, highlight the Options
Menu on-screen button and press IN. Highlight ‘Setup
Scanlist’ and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Scanlist Options.
2. To add/remove a channel from the list, highlight
the channel and press IN on the THUMB STICK to
add/remove the check mark in front of the name.
Only channels that are checked will be scanned.
3. To Select/Clear All channels, highlight either the
‘Select All’ or ‘Clear All’ buttons and press IN on the
THUMB STICK.
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4. To ‘Scan All Codes’ or ‘Scan Current Codes’, highlight
the Options Menu and press IN on the THUMB
STICK. Choose the desired setting and press IN on
the THUMB STICK.
Radio Page
The Radio Page Options Menu provides the following: Setup Radio, Setup Tones, Setup Scanlist, Turn
Radio Off/On and Turn GPS Off/On.
Setup Radio
To access the page Options Menu and change
settings:
1. Highlight the Option Menu on-screen button at the
top of the display screen and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to open the menu.
2. Highlight the desired option on the menu and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK to activate the
option.
3. To close without making a selection, move the
THUMB STICK to the right.
Setup Radio - Overview
The ‘Setup Radio’ option displays the Radio Setup
Page. This page determines how the radio will function
and enables you to adjust the radio operation to your
needs.
Setup Radio - Options
The following options are available:
Send Location - This option enables/disables the peerto-peer positioning feature. See page 15 for more on this
feature.
VOX Level - Controls the sensitivity level of any Voice
Operated Transmission (VOX) accessory. VOX accessories
allow you to use the unit hands-free. A lower VOX setting
is recommended for quiet environments while a higher
VOX setting should be used in noisy environments.
Setting the VOX level to 5 is recommended for most
environments, but it may be necessary to adjust the level
to achieve the desired voice trigger level. You will hear
yourself talking in the headset when transmitting successfully using VOX.
Respond To Polling - Allows you to enable/disable position polling from other Rinos. See page 11 for more on
this feature.
Radio Page Options Menu
If the headset has a PTT
(Push To Talk) button, this
must be pressed in order for
the unit to detect the headset.
Radio Setup Page
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Radio Page
Setup Radio
You must obtain a license
to operate on GMRS
channels 15-22.
Headset Type - Allows you to choose which accessory
headset or microphone you are using with the unit, or
have the unit automatically detect the type. If using more
than one type of headset or microphone, you will need
to set the unit to ‘Ask When Detected’ before changing
accessories.
GMRS Radio (US versions only) - This feature is not
available on Canadian units. Use this option to turn
On/Off GMRS channels 15-22. Peer-to-peer transmissions
are not available on GMRS channels. See page 2 for more
information on using GMRS channels.
Microphone Sensitivity Adjustment - This option
allows the user to adjust the Internal Microphone and/or
Headset Microphone sensitivity levels to enhance the
audio performance. This adjustment is present only
on units with software versions 2.20 and higher. It is
recommended to set the microphone sensitivity to the
maximum value and then decreases the sensitivity as
needed for optimum audio quality.
Setup Tones - Overview
The ‘Setup Tones’ option displays the Tones Setup
Page. This page changes the audible alerts.
Setup Tones - Options
Tones Setup Page
Selecting a Ring Tone.
Tone will sound when you
press IN to accept it.
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The following options are available:
Call Tone - When the CALL button is pressed, an attention tone is transmitted. This option allows you to choose
from one of ten tones.
Roger Tone - When the TALK key is released, a tone is
sent to signify the end of the transmission. This option
allows you to choose from one of four tones, or set the
tone to ‘Off’.
Ring Tone - When an incoming transmission is received,
an attention tone will sound. This option allows you to
choose from one of ten codes, or set the tone to Off. The
Ring tone will not sound again until there has been 45
seconds of radio inactivity.
Radio Page
Informational Picture - Overview
The Informational Picture on the bottom half of
screen features Garmin’s Mr. Mark Waypoint to show current GPS & radio status and radio actions. As you operate
the unit, the graphics will change depending on what
actions you are taking or the unit settings.
Four satellites are shown on at the top of the picture
along with descriptive text to indicate GPS reception
status. As the unit collects satellite information, the satellite symbols will flash alternately until all four are steady
indicating a 3D position fix. The more satellites that are
steady, the better your position fix.
As radio signals come in, signal wave symbols will
display to the left of Mark Waypoint. Fragmented (or
broken) signal symbols are shown to indicate activity on
that channel. Audio remains muted because the incoming
signal does not match the squelch code your unit is set to.
The Mark Waypoint figure will display several different icons, depending on what you are doing. A radio
in Mark’s hand indicates the radio is ready to use. A flag
in his other hand means the unit is ready to transmit its
position or be manually polled (GPS must be On to use
this feature.) As you transmit, you will see radio waves
around Mark’s radio. When your peer-to-peer transmission is sent, Mark will raise the flag in his hand. As
positions are received, a flag will briefly appear on top of
the hill to the left.
See the following illustrations for more information:
Informational
Picture
Informational Picture
Mark Waypoint
GPS and Radio On;
Ready to transmit Position
GPS and Radio On;
Ready to transmit Position;
Transmitting on FRS
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Radio Page
Informational
Picture
GPS and Radio On;
Position not ready;
Transmitting on GMRS
GPS and Radio On;
Position transmitted
GPS and Radio On;
Ready to transmit Position;
Receiving transmission
GPS and Radio On;
Ready to transmit Position;
Activity on channel that
does not match code.
GPS and Radio On;
Ready to transmit Position;
Position received from
other Rino user
GPS Off; Radio On;
Position sending not
available
GPS On and Radio Off;
GPS operation only
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Position Reporting
Position Polling - Overview
The Rino’s most unique feature is being able to
manually poll (or query) the location of another Rino.
With polling enabled and a GPS position, Rino users can
determine each other’s location from either their Map or
the Contact Details pages. This feature allows you to track
the movement of other Rino users and even navigate to
their location. This information will be available to all
other Rino users that are monitoring the same channel and
code. Location polls may only be sent from a single
Rino once every 30 seconds, due to FCC restrictions.
However, a single Rino may be queried by multiple Rinos
with no restrictions.
Polling only recognizes the user symbol and first 4
characters of the ‘My ID’ name for each contact. If two
Rino’s first 4 name characters and user symbols are identical, the wrong unit may respond to a poll. Use either
different characters in the first 4 spaces of the name or a
different user symbol to ensure proper polling response.
With polling disabled on a radio, it is still possible to poll
other Rinos (if they are enabled).
Position Polling
Polling a Contact from the
Contact Details page.
To enable/disable polling:
1. From the Radio Page, highlight the Option Menu
on-screen button at the top of the display screen and
then press IN on the THUMB STICK to open the
menu.
2. Highlight ‘Setup Radio’ and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK.
3. Highlight the field below ‘Respond To Polling’ and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
4. Choose ‘On’ to enable or ‘Off’ to disable polling and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
In order to poll a position from another Rino, they
must first be established as a Contact. A poll request may
only be sent once every 30 seconds. The Peer-To-Peer
On/Location Ready to Send flag will appear in the top
Status Bar when the unit is ready to poll.
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FCC regulations prohibit automatic or timed interval polling.
Polling must be manually
initiated by the querying Rino
unit. Peer-to-peer position
reporting (see pg. 12) must
be manually initiated by the
transmitting radio.
To poll the position of another Rino user:
1. From the Map Page, highlight the desired contact of
the Contact Bar with the THUMB STICK. (contd.)
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Position Reporting
As you highlight the contacts on the Contact Bar,
the Map page will center the map on that contact
and display its name, direction and distance near
the top of the screen.
Position Polling /
Peer-to-Peer
2. Press the CALL key to poll the highlighted contact.
or
1. From the Contact Details page, highlight the Option
Menu on-screen button at the top of the display
screen and then press IN on the THUMB STICK to
open the menu.
Highlight a contact on the
Map Page Contact Bar
and press CALL to poll
that contact.
2. Highlight ‘Poll Location’ and press the THUMB
STICK IN to poll that contact. If it has been less
than 30 seconds since the last poll, a “Waiting to
send poll request...” message will appear. Once the
30 second limit has expired, the message will disappear and the unit will then send the poll request.
Once a poll is sent, it will take a few seconds for the
polled radio to respond. After a contact has been polled, a
“<contact name> Updated” message will briefly appear at
the bottom of your display each time the contact updates.
Peer-to-Peer - Overview
A flag will appear when
position reporting is ready.
Another unique feature or the Rino is being able to
send it’s location to another Rino, which is called Peer-toPeer positioning. With peer-to-peer enabled (see pg. 8)
and you have a GPS position (see pg. 50), whenever you
press and release either the CALL key or the TALK key,
your Rino will send out its location. This information
will be available to all other Rino users that are monitoring the same channel and code. This feature allows you
to track the movement of other Rino users and even
navigate to their location. Locations may only be sent
once every 30 seconds, due to FCC restrictions. The
Peer-To-Peer On/Location Ready to Send flag will
appear in the top Status Bar when the unit is ready to
send its location
To transmit your location to other Rino users:
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1. With ‘Send Location’ enabled (see pg. 8), press and
release either the TALK or CALL buttons. You will
see a flag on the top Status Bar or in Mark’s hand
when the unit is ready to transmit its position.
Position Reporting
New Contact Page - Overview
The first time that a signal is received from another
Rino user, a ‘New Contact’ page will be displayed. From
the New Contact page you can show their location on
your map, ‘Goto’ their location, or select ‘OK’ to add
them to your contact list. The Rino can manage up to 50
contacts at any time. Each time that you receive a signal
from a contact, your map will be updated showing their
new position and a Track Log of their movement will
be created and shown on your map (see pg. 45). After a
contact has been established, a “<contact name> Updated”
message will briefly appear at the bottom of your display
each time the contact updates via peer-to-peer or polling.
You may also review each contact’s information such as
Direction, Elevation, Timestamp, Location and enter
Notes up to 30 characters.
All contacts are listed on a Contact List Page and
also displayed in the Contact Bar on the Map Page (see
pg. 16). Contacts behave like and count towards the 500
maximum waypoint total.
Contacts
Name &
Symbol
Contact
Information
Field
To accept a new contact:
1. When a new contact is received, the New Contact
page will appear. Highlight ‘OK’ and press IN on the
THUMB STICK. If you do not OK the contact, it will
not be saved.
New Contact Page
To review a contact and contact details:
1. From the Map Page, highlight the desired contact
of the Contact Bar and press IN on the THUMB
STICK.
As you highlight the contacts on the Contact Bar,
the Map page will center the map on that contact
and display its name, direction and distance near
the top of the screen.
or
2. Press the THUMB STICK IN and hold it until the
Shortcuts Menu is displayed.
3. Highlight ‘Find ‘N Go’ and press the THUMB STICK
IN.
4. Highlight ‘Contacts’ and press the THUMB STICK
IN. (contd.)
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Position Reporting
Contacts
5. From the Contacts List, select the desired contact
and press the THUMB STICK IN.
6. If the contact did not have a GPS location on the
last transmission, a ? mark will appear below the
flag. To view the contact details, highlight the details
field and press LEFT or RIGHT on the THUMB
STICK to change to the next data field.
To change contact details:
1. The Elevation, Position and Note fields may all be
manually edited. Select the desired field and press
IN on the THUMB STICK. For Notes, highlight ‘Edit’
and press IN to start entering data, up to 30 characters. For other fields, highlight the field and press IN
on the THUMB STICK to start changing the data.
Highlight ‘OK’ and press IN when done.
Move LEFT or RIGHT
on the THUMB STICK
to view different contact
data.
To view a contact on the Map Page:
1. From the Contact Review Page, highlight ‘Map’ and
press IN on the THUMB STICK. Press PAGE when
done to return to the Contact Review Page.
To poll a contact:
1. From the Contact Details page, highlight the Option
Menu on-screen button at the top of the display
screen and then press IN on the THUMB STICK to
open the menu.
Contact Bar
Contacts will also show on
the Map Page. Highlight
the contact and the map
will center on their last
position.
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2. Highlight ‘Poll Location’ and press the THUMB
STICK IN to poll that contact. If it has been less
than 30 seconds since the last poll, a “Waiting to
send poll request...” message will appear. Once the
30 second limit has expired, the message will disappear and the unit will then send the poll request.
Position Reporting
Send Location - Overview
Another feature is the ability to send a specific location to other Rino users. This can come in handy if you
are trying to round-up the group, or just want to meet at
a specific location. You may send any point found from
the Find ‘N Go menu. If the unit needs to wait until 30
seconds have elapsed since the last position transmission,
a “Waiting to send location...” message will appear until
the unit is able to transmit. If a location is sent more than
once, a number will automatically be added to the end of
the name (CAMP, CAMP 1, CAMP 2, etc.).
Send Location
To send a location:
1. Press the THUMB STICK IN and hold it until the
Shortcuts Menu is displayed.
2. Highlight “‘Find ‘N’ Go’” and press the THUMB
STICK IN.
3. Highlight the desired category and press the
THUMB STICK IN. ( For the Contacts List, select the
desired contact and press the THUMB STICK IN.)
To send a location, highlight the Options Menu
from the Waypoint Review
Page and press IN.
4. Depending on which category you select, highlight
the desired item and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the Information page for that item.
5. From the Information Page, highlight the Options
Menu in the upper right and press IN on the
THUMB STICK.
6. Highlight ‘Send Location’ and press IN again. The
unit will now send the point to the other Rino users
on your channel/code.
Choose ‘Send Location’
and press IN.
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Map Page
Main Page
Status Bar
Option Menu & Main
Page Menu Buttons
Points of
Interest Data
Position Icon
Map Scale
Map Page with Data
Fields
The Map Page displays your present position and
direction of movement using a triangular ‘Position Icon’
that is centered on the map. As you travel the map display
leaves a “trail” (track log) of your movements.
The map also displays any waypoints, contacts or
tracks, routes, etc. The map shown above displays Points
of Interest (POI) data, because Garmin MapSource POI
data has been downloaded to the unit using a CD-ROM
mapping program.
On the right side of the Map Page, you can choose to
show either the Contact Bar (see also pg. 13), Data Fields
or show the Map Only. As you highlight the contacts on
the Contact Bar, the Map page will center the map on that
contact and display its name, direction and distance near
the top of the screen.
To view a Contact from the Map Page:
1. Highlight the Contact Icon using the THUMB
STICK. Press IN if you want to view the details of
the Contact.
Map Page with
Contact Bar
2. Press to the LEFT or RIGHT on the THUMB STICK in
order to recenter the map on your current position.
To allow you to view the map from different perspectives, the scale can be changed from 20 feet to 500 miles.
The THUMB STICK and Z (Zoom) button on the front
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Map Page
right of the unit allow you to zoom in or out on the map.
Pressing the Z (Zoom) button from any page (other than
the Map Page) will automatically take you to the Map
Page. A lower zoom scale displays less area but more map
detail, while a higher zoom scale shows you a larger area
with less map detail.
To change scales on the Map Page:
Main Page
Press UP to Zoom Out
1. Use the THUMB STICK and Z (Zoom) button to
change the map scale in order to show more map
area with less detail or less map area with more
detail.
2. Press and hold UP or DOWN on the THUMB STICK
to zoom the map scale rapidly.
The map scale in the lower left hand side of the
display is shown in units of measurement selected in the
‘Units’ field of the Unit Setup Page (not to be confused
with the Map Setup Page). If you zoom in so far that the
resolution of the map data is exceeded and the appearance of the map is no longer accurate, the word, “overzoom” displays just below the map scale.
In many instances the map displays an ‘Accuracy
Circle’ surrounding the ‘Position Icon’. The Rino 110
uses both map resolution and GPS accuracy in defining
your location to a point within the circle. The smaller the
circle, the more accurate your location.
When using the ‘Pan Map’ feature, a small outline
arrow (Map Pointer) can be moved about the page to
highlight and identify map items or to scroll the map to
view areas not shown on the display screen.
Four optional Data fields on the right side of the page
can be programmed to provide a variety of travel and
navigation information.
More POI map features as well as information about
those features can be downloaded to the unit from a
Garmin MapSource CD-ROM. When using MapSource
data, the word ‘mapsource’ displays below the map scale
whenever you zoom in to view map details.
Press DOWN to Zoom In
Map Scales
Accuracy Circle
Panning Arrow
(Map Pointer)
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Map Page
Options
On-screen Map Page
Options Menu button
Map Page Options Menu
with ‘Pan Map’ selected.
When no active navigation
is being used ‘Stop Navigation’ displays in gray..
Map Page options allow a variety of operating and
custom features for your Rino 110.
The Map Page options are:
Pan Map - Allows you to move the Panning Arrow
(Map Pointer) about on the map.
Stop Navigation - Stops navigating to a destination.
Show... - Allows you to choose to show either the
Contact Bar (see also pg. 13), four programmable
Data Fields or show the Map Only. As you highlight
the contacts on the Contact Bar, the Map page will
center the map on that contact and display its name,
direction and distance near the top of the screen.
Choosing either Contact Bar or Data Fields reduces
the map area.
Setup Map - Displays the Setup Map Pages, which
allows you to tailor the map to your requirements
such as changing text size, map orientation, and map
detail.
Measure Distance - Displays the distance from one
point on the map to another.
Restore Defaults - Returns the Map Page to the
original factory settings (defaults).
To select a map page option:
1. Highlight the Option Menu on-screen button at the
top of the display screen and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to open the menu.
2. Highlight the desired option on the menu and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK to activate the
option.
The ‘Show..’ lets you
choose the layout of
the Map Page.
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3. To close without making a selection, move the
THUMB STICK to the left or right.
Map Page
Using the Pan Map Option
The Map Page pan function allows you to display
an arrow used to point at and identify items on the map,
and to move the map in order to view areas beyond the
current viewing area on the display.
The map panning function is activated from the
Options Menu on the Map Page. The THUMB STICK
moves the panning arrow (also referred to as the map
pointer) in the desired direction on the map page. If the
arrow moves to the edge of the map display, the map also
moves to reveal more area and a busy hourglass appears
by the cursor while the data is drawn on the screen.
Whenever the panning arrow is placed on a map
item, the name of that item is highlighted. This feature
applies to waypoints, cities, points of interest ...nearly
everything that is displayed.
Pressing the THUMB STICK marks the arrow
location or displays the map item information page. An
Options Menu allows you to: send the location of that
item, project a waypoint from it, save it as a waypoint,
set a proximity circle around it, add it to a route, or view
the sun and moon phase or view hunt and fish information from it. On-screen buttons at the bottom of the page
allow you to Goto the map item, display it on the map or
to select ‘OK’ and return to the Map Page.
When using the panning arrow, pressing and holding
IN on the THUMB STICK, then choosing ‘Find ‘N Go’
displays items with the panning arrow (map pointer)
location used as a reference point for nearest items
instead of your current location. Press the PAGE button
to return to the Main Map Page.
Options
Map Page with
Panning Arrow
Highlighted Map Item
To find details about or Goto a map item:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to move the panning arrow
to the map item that you want to learn more about.
2. When the item’s name is highlighted, press IN the
THUMB STICK to display the Information Page.
Map Item
Information Page
3. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight and press the
‘Goto’ button on the page to navigate to the item.
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Map Page
Options
Stop Navigation
The ‘Stop Navigation’ option allows you to quit navigation of a Goto, Route or Track in progress. When there is no
active navigation, the ‘Stop Navigation’ option is “grayed out”
and is non-functional.
To stop navigation:
1. Select ‘Stop Navigation’ and press IN on the THUMB
STICK.
Show...
The ‘Show...’ option allows you to view either navigation
data in a four field window on the right side the page or the
Contact Bar. When ‘Map Only’ is chosen, more map area is
displayed.
To show Contact Bar, Data Fields or Map Only:
‘Stop Navigation’ Option
1. Select ‘Show..’ from the option list and then press IN on
the THUMB STICK.
2. Choose the desired option and press IN on the THUMB
STICK.
Data Field Instructions
When ‘Show... Data Fields’ is selected, four optional Data
Fields on the right side of the page can be programmed to
provide a variety of travel and navigation information. A list
of the choices can be found below. Not all data types will be
available on every page.
To program a data field:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the data field and
then press IN to display the list of data options.
2. Highlight the desired option and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to change the data field type.
Changing Data Fields.
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Bearing
Course
Current Destination
Current Distance
Current ETA
Current ETE
Elevation
Final Destination
Final Distance
Final ETA
Final ETE
GPS Accuracy
Heading
Location (lat/lon)
Location (selected)
Maximum Speed
Moving Avg. Speed
Odometer
Off Course
Overall Avg. Speed
Pointer
Speed
Sunrise
Sunset
Time of Day
To Course
Trip Odometer
Trip Time - Moving
Trip Time - Stopped
Trip Time - Total
Turn
Velocity Made Good
Vertical Speed
Map Page
The ‘Setup Map’ option displays the five Map Setup
Pages, each accessed by an on-screen button. A list of
options displays for the features listed. Scale options
indicate the zoom level at which Tracks, Tracks Logs, Map
Features, or Text Boxes display, allowing you to remove
map clutter and define map features.
Page - Orientation: ‘Track Up’ or ‘North Up’; fixes the
top of the map display to the current track heading
or to a north heading.
Setup Options
Page Setup
Auto Zoom: On or Off; automatically scales the map
to display both your current location and the next
point to which you are navigating.
Detail: Most, More, Normal, Less, or Least; controls
how much map detail you see. This setting only
applies to a map feature set to ‘Auto’. Those features
which have a specified scale or are turned ‘Off’ are
unaffected by this setting.
Tracks Setup
Lat/Lon Grid: On or Off; when ‘On’ a grid of latitude/
longitude grid lines will automatically appear.
Tracks - Saved Tracks and Track Log: Scale options; ‘Off’,
‘Auto’, or 20 ft.-500 miles, sets the maximum scale at
which the feature should appear on the screen.
Map Features
Setup
Goto Line: Bearing or Course.
Map Features - Points of Interest, Waypoints options;
‘Off’, ‘Auto’, or 20 ft.-500 miles, sets the maximum
scale at which the feature should appear on the
screen. Some types of data will display only to certain
zoom scales.
Text - Points of Interest, Waypoints; Text sizes; ‘None’,
‘Small’, ‘Medium’, or ‘Large’ control the screen size
of the name.
MapSource Info - Show, Check box; check mark
determines if map data is used or not. Options Menu
allows you to choose to show all, show none or show
specific MapSource Data. See also page 68..
Text Setup
Map Data
Setup
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Map Page
To use Setup Map options:
Setup Options
1. Select ‘Setup Map’ from the Options Menu and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK to display the Map
Setup Page.
2. Press UP or DOWN on the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired sub-page button, which will display
the options list for that sub-page to the left.
You may quickly choose
to Show All or None for
loaded MapSource POI
data by using the Map
Setup, MapSource subpage Options Menu.
3. Press LEFT (Pressing RIGHT will return you to the
sub-page buttons), then UP or DOWN on the
THUMB STICK to highlight a feature on the list
and press IN on the THUMB STICK to display the
options list for that feature. Pressing RIGHT will
return you to the sub-page buttons.
4. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired
option and then press it IN to activate.
5. Press the PAGE button or the on-screen ‘X’ button
to return to the Map Page.
Measure Distance option
To use the Measure Distance option:
Map Pointer Field
1. Select ‘Measure Distance’ from the Options Menu
and then press IN on the THUMB STICK to display
the Panning Arrow. You will see ‘Ref’ under the
arrow.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to move about on the Map
Page until you reach the point to which you want to
measure. A new ‘Map Pointer’ field displays showing the location of the pointer and the direction and
distance from where you began the measuring.
3. To begin measuring from a different point, press IN
on the THUMB STICK from the desired location.
4. To stop measuring, press the PAGE key.
Measuring distance.
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Navigation Page
Main Page
Straight Line Distance
to the Destination
Destination
(Waypoint) Name
Times to Destination
Bearing Pointer
Selectable Data Fields
Compass Ring
The Navigation Page provides active guidance with a rotating compass ring that
shows your course over ground (track) while you’re moving and a bearing pointer to
indicate the current direction to your destination (bearing) relative to the course over
ground.
The Compass Ring does not function as a magnetic compass when you are stationary. Although the bearing to a point will be correct, you must be moving in order for the
compass functions to work properly. When you are moving, the heading is controlled by
the GPS receiver.
The Data Field the top of the page, by default shows you the name of your destination. All five Data Fields can be programmed to display a variety of navigation data.
The list of data field choices may be found on page 20 and definitions may be found in
Appendix F.
While you are navigating a route, the pointer indicates the direction (a bent arrow)
of the turn to the next point in the route as well as the direction to the current point
when you get within 15 seconds ETA of the current point.
When you are not on an active Goto, Track or Route (in other words: not traveling
to a recorded destination), the window at the top of the page will be blank when ‘‘Destination’ is selected. The Compass Ring displays your heading while you are moving, but
the data fields to the right of the page will not display any destination related data, such
as Estimated Time of Arrival.
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Navigation Page
Navigation Page Options
Main Page
CDI Scale
Navigation Page with
Course Pointer and
Course Deviation Indicator
(CDI) Scale active.
Navigation Page with
Bearing Pointer and
Big Compass..
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The options include:
Stop Navigation - Cancels navigation (“Grayed
out” or disabled unless you are navigating on a Goto,
Track, or Route.)
Bearing Pointer/Course Pointer - Toggles between
Bearing (always directed at destination) and Course
(distinctive with dots across center of compass, shows
amount of correction needed to be back on course.)
Change Scale - (Only appears when Course Pointer
is selected.) Use the THUMB STICK to change the
CDI scale. Scale value appears in the upper right area
of the compass.
Show Data Fields/Big Compass - toggles to display
data fields on the right side of the display or removing the data fields and showing a larger compass.
Restore Defaults - Returns options and data field
choices to factory designations.
To the right of the page are four data fields (and one
on the top) that are user programmable with a choice of
different data options. See page 20 for details on changing
data fields.
The Bearing Pointer and Compass Ring work independently to indicate the direction of your movement
and the direction to your destination. The Bearing Pointer
always points directly to the destination, no matter what
your current location might be.
For example: if the arrow is pointing straight up,
you are going directly to your destination. If it points
any direction other than up, turn and move towards
the direction the arrow is pointing until it points up
and then continue in that direction. If you are using the
‘Course Pointer’ option instead and you drift away from
the original line of travel to your destination, the Course
Deviation Indicator (CDI) provides graphic indication of
drift (right or left) and displays the distance off course.
Navigation Page
To Setup the Navigation Page:
1. With the Navigation Page displayed, use the
THUMB STICK to highlight the Options Menu
button at the top of the page. Then press it IN to
display the menu.
Main Page
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight your selection
and then press IN to select it.
To stop navigating:
1. Highlight the on-screen Options Menu button at the
top of the Navigation or Map Page and press the
THUMB STICK.
2. Select ‘Stop Navigation’, then press the THUMB
STICK.
To change data fields:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired
data field and then press it IN to display the list of
data options.
Navigation Page
Options Menu
2. Select the desired option from the list and press IN
on the THUMB STICK.
The list of data field choices may be found on page
18 and definitions may be found in Appendix F.
Navigation Page
Changing Data Fields
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Trip Computer Page
Main Page
Selectable Data Fields
Trip Computer Page
Trip Page shown with
Big Numbers
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The Trip Computer Page default displays up to seven
different types of navigation data. Choosing ‘Big Numbers’ will display 2 large data fields. Each data field is
selectable and can contain one of many data information
options.The default settings for these fields are shown in
the illustration above.
By selecting the information options that you prefer
and arranging them in a desired order on the page, you
can customize the Trip Computer Page to meet your
navigation needs.
The Options Menu allows you to reset the Trip Computer data when you are ready to start a new trip, choose
between Big or Small Numbers and Restore Defaults.
Trip Computer Page
Trip Computer Page Options
The Trip Computer provides a variety of data fields
with read-outs of current information as you travel.
Seven small or two large fields display navigation
information and are user programmable.
The list of data field choices may be found on page
20 and definitions may be found in Appendix F.
The Option Menu for this page provides the following options: Reset, Big Numbers, and Restore
Defaults.
Options
To program a data field:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired
data field and then press it IN to open the data field
Options Menu.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to move Up or Down the
menu to highlight a desired data option.
Data Field Options Menu
3. Press IN on the THUMB STICK to select the option
and place it in the data field.
To access the page Options Menu:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Options
Menu on-screen button and press it IN to display
the Options Menu.
2. Highlight the desired option and then press IN on
the THUMB STICK to activate.
3. To activate individual ‘Reset’ options, highlight the
item on the list and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK to place or remove the check mark.
4. Once you check all the desired items to clear, reset,
or delete, highlight ‘Apply’ and press IN on the
THUMB STICK. You may also choose the ‘Select
All’ or ‘Unselect All’ options accordingly.
Use care when choosing the ‘Delete’
, NOTE:
options, as all stored Tracks, Waypoints, and
Reset Options Menu.
Useful when starting a new
trip to clear old data.
Routes can be permanently deleted when
resetting the Trip Computer. Once deleted,
items cannot be recovered.
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Main Menu Page
The Main Menu Page with Feature Icons
&
Time/Date.
Main Page
To exit these pages, highlight the on-screen ‘X’
button and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
The Main Menu provides you with a directory of the Rino’s advanced features. From
the Main Menu page you can mark and create new waypoints; find map items such as
cities, points of interest, etc.; create routes; save tracks; setup system operating features;
access and use unit accessories or add/remove main pages and adjust their ordering.
Main Menu Pages
Page Sequence Setup
You may add, remove, or reorder any of the Main Pages, plus additional
pages. The default Main pages are Radio, Map, Navigation, Routes, and
Main Menu. The Main Menu cannot be removed from the page sequence. If a page is
added to the Main Page Sequence, it will not appear in the Main Menu.
To move, insert or remove a Main Page:
1. From the Main Menu, highlight the Option Menu on-screen button and press the
THUMB STICK IN. Highlight ‘Page Sequence Setup’ and press IN.
2. To move a page in the order, highlight the page and press IN. Select ‘Move’, then
move UP or DOWN until the desired position is displayed and press IN.
3. To insert a new page, highlight the page you wish to insert it before and press IN.
Select ‘Insert’, then choose a page from the list and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
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4. To remove a page in the order, highlight the page and press IN. Select ‘Remove’ and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Main Menu Page
Using the Main Menu
The Main Menu provides access to additional Rino
feature pages. The pages listed below provide enhancements to Rino operation. Press the PAGE button repeatedly to cycle to the Main Menu or select it from the Main
Page Menu at the top of each main page.
Mark Waypoint Page - Allows you to mark and store
a waypoint for your current location or a map pointer
location.
Find ‘N Go Menu - Allows you to locate, and Goto, or
use as part of a Route; Waypoints, Cities, Points of Interest, and Last Found Places. (Some require MapSource
data.)
Route Page - Allows you to create and store routes for
repeated use.
Tracks Page - Provides access to the track log, saved
tracks and contact tracks.
Proximity Page - Allows you to set a proximity alert
distance around contacts or waypoints.
Satellite Page - Provides a picture of the satellite signal
tracking and tells you when the unit is ready to navigate.
Setup Page - Allows tailoring of items such as time
format, units of measure, display backlighting timeout
and contrast adjustment, heading selection, interface
setups and system software information.
Calendar Page - Provides you with a monthly calendar
with programmable reference notes.
Alarm Clock - Provides a settable 24-hour alarm clock.
Calculator - The calculator feature is available in two
forms, Standard or Scientific.
Stopwatch Page - Allows you to use the unit as a stopwatch, including a lap timer.
Sun & Moon Page -Shows a graphic display of both
the sun and moon locations at various times, dates and
locations.
Hunt & Fish Page -Provides you with a listing of best
times for hunting and fishing for a chosen location.
Area Calculation Page - Use this function to calculate
area as you move around.
Games Page - Games are provided as an entertainment
feature.
Options
Inserting a page in the
Main Page Sequence.
You may choose from a list
of items to add to the Main
Page Sequence.
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Main Menu Page
The Mark (Waypoint) Page
Marking
Waypoints
The Mark Waypoint Page allows you to mark and
record your current location as a waypoint and appears
with a graphic name block (man with a flag) that displays
the assigned number for that waypoint and a waypoint
symbol.
To mark your current location as a waypoint:
1. Press IN and hold the THUMB STICK to access the
Shortcut Menu, then highlight ‘Mark Waypoint’ and
press IN. You can also access this page by highlighting the Mark Icon on the Main Menu Page and then
pressing IN on the THUMB STICK. It is automatically assigned a 3-digit number.
Mark Waypoint Page
2. To change the name of the waypoint, use the
THUMB STICK to highlight the waypoint name
field and press IN to change.
3. To assign an identifying symbol to a waypoint, use
the THUMB STICK to highlight the symbol block
just above the waypoint name and press IN to
change.
4. To view the waypoint details, highlight the details
field and press LEFT or RIGHT on the THUMB
STICK to change to the next data field.
Map Symbol List
5. To save the waypoint, highlight ‘OK’ and press IN
on the THUMB STICK.
6. If you do not want to save it as a new waypoint,
press the PAGE button before pressing any other to
cancel.
To create a waypoint using the map panning
arrow:
1. With the Pan Map feature active, move the panning
arrow (map pointer) to the map item you want and
highlight it.
Marking a Waypoint with
the Panning Arrow.
2. Press IN and release the THUMB STICK to display
the item information page.
3. With the Information Page displayed, highlight the
Options Menu button at the top of the page and
then press the THUMB STICK to open the menu.
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4. Highlight the ‘Save As Waypoint’ option and press
the THUMB STICK to save the map item as a
waypoint.
Main Menu Page
To create a waypoint using the panning arrow
when a map item is not highlighted:
1. With the Pan Map feature active, move the panning
arrow (map pointer) on the map to the location you
want to mark and then, press the THUMB STICK.
Waypoints
2. The Mark Waypoint Page displays, automatically
assigning a number to the waypoint.
Be certain to press and release the THUMB STICK
for this operation. Pressing IN and holding the
THUMB STICK displays the Shortcut Menu.
To create a waypoint by manually entering its
coordinates (lat/lon):
1. Press IN and hold the THUMB STICK to access the
Shortcut Menu, then highlight ‘Mark Waypoint’ and
press IN or use the Find ‘N Go to view a previous
waypoint.
2. Highlight the details field and press LEFT or RIGHT
on the THUMB STICK to change to the Location
field. Press IN and enter the new coordinates using
the numerical keyboard. Highlight and press ‘OK’
when finished.
3. You may also change the waypoint name and/or
symbol or add notes.
Creating a
Waypoint by entering
coordinates.
To move a waypoint by dragging it:
1. Use the Find ‘N Go Menu to display the Waypoint
Page for the waypoint you want to move.
2. Highlight and press the ‘Map’ on-screen button to
display the map for the waypoint.
3. With the waypoint highlighted by the panning
arrow, press IN and release the THUMB STICK. The
word “Move” displays beneath the panning arrow.
4. Use the panning arrow to drag the waypoint to the
new location and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK to place it.
5. Press the PAGE button before pressing the THUMB
STICK to cancel moving of the waypoint and return
to the Main Pages.
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Main Menu Page
Projecting a Waypoint
Waypoints
Projecting a waypoint from any map item (another
waypoint, etc.) allows you to establish a new waypoint on a
bearing and distance projected from that map item.
To project a waypoint:
1. Select a map item from the Find ‘N Go Menu.
2. Highlight the Option Menu on-screen button at the
top of the Information Page and press the THUMB
STICK IN to display the options. Highlight ‘Project
Waypoint’ and press IN.
Enter Distance and
Bearing to project.
3. Highlight either the bearing or distance field, then
press the THUMB STICK IN to display the numerical
keyboard. Move from numeral to numeral pressing the
THUMB STICK to enter numbers, then highlight ‘OK’
and press IN to finish.
Editing a Waypoint
A waypoint or contact can be edited to change the map
symbol, name, coordinates, elevation or add notes. It can
also be deleted.
To edit a waypoint:
1. Use the Find ‘N Go Menu to display the waypoint/
contact or highlight it on the Map Page and press IN.
Using the keyboard to edit.
2. To view the details, highlight the details field and
press LEFT or RIGHT on the THUMB STICK to
change to the next data field. To make changes to the
waypoint map symbol, name, location coordinates,
elevation fields and notes, highlight the desired
field and press the THUMB STICK IN to display the
keyboard. (For Notes, highlight ‘Edit’ and press IN to
start entering data, up to 30 characters.) Highlight
the desired characters on the keyboard to enter new
data and then select ‘OK’ and press IN to close the
keyboard.
3. Highlight the ‘OK’ button the press the THUMB
STICK to save the changes.
To delete a waypoint or contact:
1. Use the Find ‘N Go feature to display the point.
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2. From the Highlight the ‘Delete’ button and then press
the THUMB STICK. Confirm the deletion.
Main Menu Page
To save Map or Find ‘N Go Menu items as
waypoints:
1. Access the Information Page for the desired item
(highlighted from the map or selected from the Find
‘N Go Menu).
Find ‘N Go
2. Open the Options Menu at the top of the page,
select ‘Save As Waypoint’ and press IN on the
THUMB STICK to save the item to the Waypoints
List.
3. Highlight the ‘Save As Waypoint’ option and press
Straight Down on the THUMB STICK.
The Find ‘N Go Menu
The Find ‘N Go Menu allows you to find stored locations (waypoints) and POI items (cities, businesses, landmarks, marine navaids etc.). They can be found by name
or by those nearest to your current location (Position
Icon). If you are using MapSource Points of Interest (POI)
data (see pg. 68), the list of find locations is expanded to
include categories for Points of Interest, If an option is
grayed out (disabled), you will need to load map detail
using MapSource to use that option.
To access the Find ‘N Go Menu:
Find ‘N Go Menu
Find Page using your
current location as a point
of reference
1. Hold IN on the THUMB STICK button to access the
Shortcut Menu. Highlight ‘Find ‘N Go’ press IN.
or
2. From the Main Menu, highlight ‘Find ‘N Go and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
For some categories, there are two methods of listing. The “By Name” list contains every item in the map
database for the selected category, while the “Nearest” list
contains only those items that are near to your Current
Location or the Map Pointer. Categories listed by either
method displays a choose prompt.
These pages are structured with a set of sub-menus and
location information pages that guide you through the
process of finding locations. Use them to construct a
Route, establish a direct line of travel (Goto), or when
gathering information.
‘Near Map Pointer’ or ‘By
Name’ Prompt displays
when using Map Pointer
Item Information Page
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Main Menu Page
Finding a Waypoint
Finding Items
Waypoints that you have created and stored in the
Rino can be found by selecting the “Waypoint’ option
from the Find ‘N Go Menu. You can find a waypoint from
the list of waypoints using the ‘By Name’ or ‘Nearest’
options as explained on the previous page. When selected
from the list, the waypoint displays on the Waypoint
Information Page.
The Waypoint Information Page displays the
waypoint name or number, a map symbol, the location in
lat/lon, elevation, distance, bearing, and three on-screen
buttons for ‘Goto’, ‘Map’, and ‘OK’ functions.
To find a waypoint:
Waypoint Find List
1. Use the THUMB STICK to select the Waypoint
option from the Find List and then press it IN to
display a prompt to select ‘By Name’ or ‘Nearest’.
Select, then press the THUMB STICK IN to display
the Waypoints List.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to select the desired
waypoint from the list and then press it IN to display
the Information Page for that waypoint.
3. With the Information Page displayed, you can select
‘Goto’ to create a direct line of travel to the
waypoint. Select ‘Map’ to view the waypoint location on the map or select ‘OK’ to close the page.
4. Use the Options Menu to send the location, add it
to an existing route, project a new waypoint from
this location, view sun and moon, and best fishing
and hunting time information for this waypoint.
Waypoint Information
Page
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Main Menu Page
Finding a Contact
Contacts that you have received in the Rino can be
found by selecting the ‘Contacts’ option.
Finding Items
1. Highlight ‘Contacts’ and press the THUMB STICK
IN.
2. From the Contacts List, select the desired contact
and press the THUMB STICK IN.
3. If the contact did not have a GPS location on the
last transmission, a ? mark will appear below
the flag. To view the contact details, highlight
the details field and press LEFT or RIGHT on the
THUMB STICK to change to the next data field.
Finding a City
Cities can be found by selecting the ‘Cities’ option
of the Find ‘N Go Menu, selecting the city from the list
of ‘Nearest’ or ‘By Name’, and then displaying the City
Information Page.
The City Information Page for the selected city displays the city name, the size by population, and distance
from your location. You can view it on the map or create
a Goto direct route to the city from your current location,
or from a location defined by the Panning Arrow (Map
Pointer). You can also save it as a waypoint, or add it to
an existing route.
Find List for Nearest Cities
To find a city:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to select the ‘Cities’ option,
then press it IN to display the find ‘By Name’ or find
by ‘Nearest’ prompt. Selecting ‘By Name’ displays
the keyboard as an alternative scrolling through the
list of nearest cities.
2. If using find ‘By Name’, begin spelling the name
of the city by using the keyboard. When you have
entered enough characters to define the name, a
match list displays. If you are using find ‘By Nearest’
scroll through the list to find the city you want. Use
the THUMB STICK to select the desired city from
the list and then press it IN to display the Information Page for that city.
3. With the Information Page displayed, you can select
‘Goto’, ‘Map’, or ‘OK’ options.
City Information
Page
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Main Menu Page
Finding a Point of Interest
Finding Items
Points of Interest List
Food & Drink Categories
You can use the Find Point of Interest option to
locate a nearby restaurant, lodging, landmark, public
building, park, etc. However, you must have transferred
MapSource Points of Interest (POI) data to the unit
memory. Otherwise, this option is grayed out and is not
functional. See page 68 for more on loading POI data.
Here is a list of Point of Interest categories:
Food & Drink
Lodging
Attractions
Entertainment
Shopping
Services
Transportation
Emergency & Govt.
Manmade Places
Water Features
Land Features
In many instances, these categories are subdivided
into types, such as in the instance of Food & Drink.
When you select Food and Drink from the list of
categories, you are then presented with a list of types
which includes ‘All Types’ and cuisine options such as
American, Asian, Barbecue, Chinese and many more.
Once you have selected an item, you can display
the Information Page for that item. You can then use the
on-screen buttons to ‘Goto’ or view the location on the
‘Map’; or use the Options Menu for more choices.
To find a point of interest:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight ‘Points of
Interest’ and then press it IN to display the Points
of Interest Categories List.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to select the desired
category and then press it IN to display the Types
List.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to select the desired type
and then press it IN to display the list for that type.
Nearest Barbecue List
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4. Use the Options Menu at the top of page to select
from either ‘By Name’ or ‘Nearest’ options. Selecting ‘By Name’ displays a keyboard allowing you to
enter the characters of the name you want. A list
of matches displays when enough characters are
entered. (contd.)
Main Menu Page
5. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight your selection
from the list and then press it IN to display the
Information Page for that item.
Finding Items
6. Use the on-screen buttons to ‘Goto’ or view on the
‘Map’, or use the page Options Menu.
Finding a Last Found Place
You can use the Recently Found Places option to
locate Points of Interest, Cities, Waypoints or Contacts
and other locations you have recently retrieved. The
process for finding recent points from the Find ‘N Go list
is the same as finding a regular waypoint.
To find a ‘Last Found Place’:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to select the ‘Last Found
Places’ option from the Find ‘N Go List and then
press it IN.
2. Press UP or DOWN on the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired sub-page button, which will display
the options list for that sub-page (Points of Interest,
Cities or Waypoints/Contacts) to the left.
Last Found Places Page
3. Press LEFT (Pressing RIGHT will return you to the
sub-page buttons), then UP or DOWN on the
THUMB STICK to highlight an item on the list
and press IN on the THUMB STICK to display the
Information Page for that item.
4. With the Information Page displayed, you can select
‘Goto’ to create a direct line of travel to the item.
Select ‘Map’ to view the waypoint location or select
‘OK’. For Waypoints and Contacts, you may also
choose to ‘Delete’ to permanently remove that item.
5. Use the page Options Menu to send the location of
that point, project a new waypoint from its location,
set a proximity circle, add the item to an existing
route, or view sun/moon or hunt/fish position data
for this time and date.
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Main Menu Page
Using a Goto to Navigate to a Destination
Using a Goto
The Goto function allows you to create a direct route
to a destination, (waypoint, city, or point of interest).
Once you have accessed the Information Page for an item,
use the Goto button at the bottom of the page to initiate
travel to a map item using the Map and Navigation Pages
for guidance.
To activate a Goto:
1. Use the Find ‘N Go Menu to access the Information Page for any desired destination and use the
THUMB STICK to highlight the Goto button.
2. Press IN on the THUMB STICK to start navigation.
Information Page
3. Observe the Navigation Page, it displays the name
of your destination, the distance from your current
location, and a Bearing Pointer indicating the direction you should travel. The time required to reach
your destination displays when you begin to travel
and establish a predicted rate of movement. The
Data Fields to the right of the page display information relative to your travel as appropriate for the
type of data selected to appear in those fields.
4. Use the PAGE button or Main Page Menu to access
the Map Page and observe your movements and a
dark line indicating the direct path from your current location to your destination.
Navigation Page
5. Use the Bearing Pointer on the Navigation Page to
maintain travel in the right direction and observe
distance and time information to monitor your
progress.
6. When you are close to your destination, an “Arriving
at Destination” message appears. If you move past
the destination the Bearing Pointer reverses and the
distance display increases.
To stop navigating:
1. Highlight the on-screen Options Menu button at the
top of the Navigation or Map Page and press IN on
the THUMB STICK.
A Map Page Goto
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2. Select ‘Stop Navigation’, then press IN on the
THUMB STICK.
Main Menu Page
Creating and Using a Route
Route navigation allows you to create a sequence
of intermediate waypoints which lead you to your final
destination. The Rino stores 20 routes, each with up to 50
waypoints. A route can be created and modified from the
Route Page, and waypoints can be added to a route from
the Find ‘N Go Menu. More complex routes can be created using a PC and MapSource mapping programs and
then transferred to the unit memory.
Routes
To create a route:
1. Access the ‘Routes’ page from the Main Menu. The
page has a ‘New’ button, a list of routes, and the
number of unused routes.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘New’
button and press it IN to display the route Setup
Page.
3. With an empty row (dashed) in the route list highlighted, press IN on the THUMB STICK to display
the Find ‘N Go Menu.
The Routes Page with a list
of Routes and the number
of Unused Routes.
4. Use the Find ‘N Go Menu to select a route waypoint
from one of the Find ‘N Go Menu categories and
display the Information Page for the selected
waypoint, city, exit, point of interest, etc. Highlight
the on-screen ‘Use’ button and press IN on the
THUMB STICK to place it on the List.
5. To add more waypoints to the route, repeat the
process in Steps 3 and 4. The route is named for the
first and last waypoints on the route.
You can add waypoints to the end of an existing route
at any time by using the Find ‘N Go Menu.
To add a Find ‘N Go Menu item to a route:
1. Select an item from the Find ‘N Go Menu and
display its Information Page. If a Contact is used in
a route, the route will change as the Contact’s position is updated, or it may be saved as a Waypoint to
serve as a stationary point.
A Route with list
of waypoints.
2. Display the page Options Menu and select the ‘Add
To Route’ option to display the Routes List.
3. Highlight and select the route desired and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK. A “Waypoint
Added Successfully” message displays.
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Main Menu Page
Editing a Route
Routes
To remove all waypoints:
1. Select the on-screen page options button from the
Route Page and press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
2. Highlight the ‘Remove All’ option and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to remove all waypoints
from the list. When you see the prompt “Do you
really want to remove all waypoints from the
route?”, select “Yes”.
To reverse the route:
1. Select the on-screen page options button from the
Route Page and press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
A Route Options Menu
2. Highlight the ‘Reverse Route’ option and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to reverse the order of
waypoints in the list. To change the route back to
the original order, repeat this process.
To copy the route:
1. Select the on-screen page options button from the
Route Page and press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
2. Highlight the ‘Copy Route’ option and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to copy. The copied route
displays on the Routes Page and is named the same
but followed by a numeral 1. You may then rename
and/or modify the copied route.
To delete the route:
1. Select the on-screen page options button from the
Route Page and press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
Delete Route Prompt
2. Select ’Delete’ and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK. When you see the prompt “Do you really
want to delete route?”, select “Yes”.
To restore default settings for the route:
1. Select the on-screen page options button from the
Route Page and press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
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2. Select ’Restore Defaults’ and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to restore factory settings.
Main Menu Page
To review a route point:
1. Select the point from the Route Points List and press
the THUMB STICK IN to access the Options Menu
for the waypoint.
Routes
2. Highlight ‘Review’ and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to display the Information Page.
3. Highlight the on-screen ‘OK’ button and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to return to the Route
List.
To insert a new point on the route list:
1. Select the row where you want the new point
inserted before. Press the THUMB STICK IN to
access the Options Menu.
2. Highlight ‘Insert’ and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the Find ‘N Go Menu and select a
new waypoint, city, point of interest, etc.
Route Waypoint
Options Menu
3. With the new point highlighted, press IN on the
THUMB STICK to display the Information Page for
the new point and then select the on-screen ‘OK’
button to add it the route.
To remove a point from the route list:
1. Select the point that you want to remove from the
Route Waypoints List and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the Options Menu.
2. Highlight ‘Remove’ and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to remove the waypoint from the list.
To change a route point:
1. Select the waypoint that you want to change from
the Route Waypoints List and press IN on the
THUMB STICK to display the Options Menu.
2. Highlight ‘Change’ and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the Find ‘N Go Menu or create a
new waypoint and add it to the points list.
Removing a Route Point
3. Select a new waypoint, access its Information Page
and press the on-screen ‘Use’ button to replace the
old route waypoint.
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Main Menu Page
To move a route point:
Routes
1. Select the point from the Route Points List and
press the THUMB STICK IN to access the Options
Menu for the waypoint.
2. Highlight the ‘Move’ option and press IN on the
THUMB STICK to select the waypoint.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to move the point up or
down in the list. Press IN on the THUMB STICK to
leave the waypoint in the new list order.
Adding or Editing from the Route Map Page
You can use the panning arrow with the Route Map
Page displayed to add or edit route waypoints.
To add a point at either end of a route:
Moving a Route Waypoint
by clicking and dragging.
1. Select the Route from the Routes List and press the
THUMB STICK IN to display the Route Page.
2. Highlight the on-screen ‘Map’ button at the bottom
of the page and press IN on the THUMB STICK to
display the Route Map Page.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to move the panning arrow
to either end of the displayed route until the end
point is highlighted. Then press it IN to display the
map Options Menu and select ‘Add Turns’. This
option appears only when highlighting the end
point of a route.
4. Move the panning arrow to a map item or location
where you would like to extend the route and press
IN on the THUMB STICK to display the Information Page for the new point. Press the on-screen
‘Use’ button to return to the map page and then
press it again to place the new waypoint.
To add a route point within a route:
Adding a Route Waypoint
to an end point on the
Route Map Page
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1. Follow steps 1 and 2 in the previous instruction.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to move the panning arrow
to a route line. When the arrow touches the line,
the line becomes thin. Press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the word ‘ADD’ next to the line.
3. Drag the line to a map item or other location
where you want to establish a new waypoint and
then press IN on the THUMB STICK to place the
(contd.)
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new waypoint. A waypoint information page
displays. Press the on-screen ‘OK’ button to save the
new waypoint, then press it again after returning to
the Route Map.
Routes
To review or remove a route point:
1. Select the Route from the Routes List and press the
THUMB STICK IN to display the Route Page.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired
route and press IN to display the Route Page for
that route.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to move the map panning
arrow to the point you want to review and press
IN to pop-up the Options Menu. Select ‘Review’ or
‘Remove’ and press IN again to either display the
Information Page or remove it from the route.
To view the next point in the route:
1. Follow Steps 1 and 2 above.
Adding a new waypoint
within a Route
2. Place the map panning arrow on the point you
are currently viewing and press IN to display the
Options Menu. Select ‘Next’ and press IN again to
view the next waypoint.
Navigating a Route
A Route can be navigated using the Map Page or the
Navigation Page. The Map Page displays your movement,
the route line, and waypoints on the route. The Navigation Page shows compass direction and a bearing pointer.
To navigate a route:
1. Select a route from the Routes List and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to display the Route Page.
2. Highlight the on-screen ‘Navigate’ button at the
bottom of the page and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to begin navigating the route.
The screen changes to the Navigation Page.
Route Waypoint List
3. Move to the Map Page to view the route and the
position icon indicating your current location.
4. Begin moving, watching directional information on
the Navigation Page or progress on the Map Page.
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Main Menu Page
To stop navigation:
Routes
1. Highlight the ‘Stop Navigation’ option on either the
Navigation or Map page’s Options Menu or select
the ‘Stop’ button on the Route Page.
Data Fields for the Route Page
When navigating a Route, the data displayed in
the data fields on the Route Page may be customized to
provide useful navigation information that is specifically
related to route navigation.
Data options (for Route Page only) include:
Distance to Point - The distance from your current
location to a route waypoint.
ETA To Point - Estimated Time of Arrival at a route
waypoint (in sequence).
Data Field Options Menu
ETE To Point - Estimated Time Enroute to a route
waypoint.
Leg Course - The line of travel between two route
waypoints.
Leg Distance - The distance between two route
waypoints.
Leg Time - The time required to travel from a route
waypoint to the next.
Pointer - Direction pointer to a route waypoint.
Sunrise At Point - Time of sunrise at a route
waypoint.
Sunset At Point - Time of sunset at a route
waypoint.
To select data field options:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight a data field
on the Route Page and then press IN to display the
Data Field Options Menu.
Distance to Point vs Leg
Distance. To view Leg
information, highlight the
end waypoint on a leg.
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2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the desired
option and then press IN to enter the option in the
data field.
Using Track Logs
The Rino draws an electronic bread crumb trail on the
Map Page as you travel along. This bread crumb trail is
the ‘Track Log’. The Track Log contains information about
points along its path, including time, and position. The
Rino uses this information to allow you to navigate using
the saved track. You may also save tracks from other Rino
users as they communicate with you.
The ‘TracBack’ feature allows you to return along a
traveled path without marking any waypoints. When you
are ready to return to where you started, the Rino takes you
back by following the ‘Track Log’ that you left behind. You
can save a total of 20 tracks in the unit memory. The Track
Log starts recording as soon as the unit gets a satellite location fix and the Track Log feature is turned on. When you
no longer need a Track Log you can press the on-screen
‘Clear’ button to remove it.
If you want to keep a record of a certain track log or
use the ‘TracBack’ feature, it is recommended that you clear
the Track Log before you start traveling. The percentage
of memory used by the current track log is displayed in
a window at the top of the page. After the Track Log is
‘Cleared’, it displays zero percent. When the display reaches
100%, the most recent track points start to overwrite the
least recent if the default setting ‘Wrap When Full’ remains
selected on the track log setup. To avoid losing track points
you want, save the Track Log when it approaches the 99%
mark. The active track log will store up to 2048 points.
The Saved Track Page displays the track and it can also
be displayed on the Main Map Page as you navigate. You
may save up to 20 tracks with 125 points per track in the
unit. Saved Contact tracks count towards this total.
The ‘TracBack’ feature allows you to retrace your track
(or another Rino user’s track) in both directions. Tracks are
marked BEGIN and END.
You can set the track recording interval to Distance,
Time, or Automatic. You can set the Track display resolution to High, Medium, Low, and Lowest. You can also use
the Options Menu to delete all saved tracks.
Main Menu Page
Tracks Page
Tracks Page
Track on Main Map Page
For effective use of the
“TracBack” feature, clear
the Track Log before
starting a new trip or after
saving the Track Log.
Rename saved Track Logs
to help identify them later.
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Main Menu Page
To save and use a Track Log:
Tracks Page
1. Access the ‘Tracks’ page from the Main Menu. The
page has On/Off buttons, a list of tracks, and the
number of unused tracks.
2. You can press IN on the on-screen ‘Off’ button to
pause track logging. When track logging is active
the ‘On’ button appears to be recessed.
3. Highlight the ‘Save’ on-screen button and then
press the THUMB STICK to display the track log
‘Save Back Through’ list.
4. Use the THUMB STICK to select the time and date
that you would like to save the track through.
Saved Track Page
5. Press IN on the THUMB STICK to save the track
log and display the Track Page.
The Track Page shows the track name (which can
be renamed using the keyboard for data entry), the
total distance of the track, track area (if available),
a ‘Show on Map’ option, and on-screen buttons for
‘Map’, ‘OK’, and ‘Tracback’.
Save Track Options
6. To enable the Tracback feature, highlight the
‘Tracback’ button and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK. This displays the Tracback Menu with two
options, ‘To Beginning’ and ‘To End’. Highlight the
desired option and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK to enable. Access the Map Page or the
Navigation Page to navigate the Track.
To use Track Log Setup options:
1. Highlight the Tracks Page Options Menu button at
the top of the page and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the menu.
2. Highlight the ‘Tracks Log Setup’ option and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Track Log Setup Menu
If you choose Auto-record, you
can set the recording interval
from More to Least Often. You
can set recording intervals for
Time or Distance as desired.
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You can check the ‘Wrap When Full’ option by
highlighting it and then pressing IN on the THUMB
STICK. You can highlight the ‘Record Method’ and
‘Interval’ fields and press IN on the THUMB STICK
to display their options. ‘Interval’ options change to
accommodate the ‘Record Method’ choices.
Main Menu Page
Proximity Points
The Proximity list lets you define an alarm circle
around a stored waypoint/contact position, and can
be used to help you avoid dangerous areas or to alert
you when you have strayed away too far from other
Rino users. Up to ten waypoints may be listed, with
a maximum alarm radius of 99.99 nautical or statute
miles or kilometers. If entering a proximity alarm circle,
a ‘Near Proximity Point <name>’ message will appear.
If leaving a proximity alarm circle, a ‘Leaving Proximity
Point <name>’ message will appear. This option is handy
in case you wish to remain a certain radio distance from
another user.
Proximity Page
To add a proximity waypoint:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight an empty
space on the Proximity list and press IN on the
THUMB STICK. The ‘Find ‘N Go’ screen appears.
Highlight ‘Waypoints’ or ‘Contacts’ and press IN
on the THUMB STICK. (You may also select from
other items listed on the ‘Find ‘N Go’ screen.)
Proximity Page
2. From the Review Page, highlight ‘Use’ and press the
THUMB STICK IN to confirm. The distance field
will now be highlighted. Press IN again to begin
entry of the proximity radius.
3. Use the THUMB STICK keys to enter a distance
value (to 99.99 units) and press IN.
To turn proximity alarms on or off:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the field left of
“Proximity Alarm” and press IN to place a check.
To clear one or all proximity point(s) from the
list:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the proximity
point to clear.
2. To clear a single alarm, press IN and choose
‘Remove’ and press IN.
Proximity Circles on
Map Page
3. To clear all proximity waypoints, highlight the
Options Menu and press IN. Choose ‘Remove All’
and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
4. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘OK’
prompt and press IN to confirm.
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Main Menu Page
Satellite Page
Satellite Page
The Satellite Page provides a picture of satellite signal
tracking, tells you when the unit is ready for navigation,
and shows your location coordinates.
The Skyview graphic represents a view looking up
at the sky from your current location showing satellites
and their assigned numbers. The outer ring represents
the horizon around you, the inner ring represents a view
above you at a 45° angle from vertical, and the center
represents directly overhead. Signal Strength Bars for each
satellite are shown to the left of the Skyview. Satellites
and their signals appear as hollow shapes until a signal is
received and then they appear darkened in. The stronger
the signal, the taller the signal bar.
90°
Center dot - 90°
above the horizon
Inner ring- 45°
above the horizon
Outer ring the horizon
45°
Satellite Page using WAAS.
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The Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS)
capability produces a more accurate position fix. When
enabled (the GPS mode set to ‘Normal’ and the interface
set to other than RTCM mode), this feature searches for
a WAAS satellite near your location and then receives
data for correcting differentials in the GPS satellite signals
and the WAAS satellite numbers (beginning at No. 33 or
above) display on the Satellite Page. When differential
correction data has been received for GPS satellites (numbers 32 or below), a ‘D’ displays in the signal bar to the
left of the skyview. It is helpful to orient the unit antenna
toward the WAAS satellite shown in the skyview. To learn
more about the WAAS System, access the Federal Aviation
Administration web site (http://gps.faa.gov/). Because the
Rino relies on satellite signals to provide you with navigational guidance, the unit’s view of the sky determines how
fast you achieve navigational status. GPS signals do not
Main Menu Page
travel through rocks, buildings, people, metal, or heavy
tree cover so for best results, keep the unit in clear view
of the sky.
At least three satellite signals are needed to determine
your location, otherwise the unit displays a “Poor Satellite
Reception” message with four options and a brief explanation to guide your decision:
Use with GPS Off - Select this option if you want
GPS off.
New Location - Select this option if you have moved
more than 600 miles (from where you last used the
unit).
Restart Search - Select this option if today is not
(date provided).
Continue Acquiring - Select this option if no other
option applies. (The unit will attempt to gather GPS
signals.)
The Satellite Page options include:
Use With GPS Off - Use this option when you are
indoors, a clear view of the sky is obstructed, or you
want to save battery power. You can enter data, create
routes, etc., but cannot navigate in this mode.
Track Up/North Up - You can orient the satellite
skyview by selecting ‘Track Up’ (your direction of
travel) or ‘North Up’ (the satellite skyview oriented to
the north).
New Location - If you are more than 600 miles
(from where you last used the unit), select the ‘New
Location’ and then the ‘Use Map’ options to approximate your location. This gives the unit reference
information and speeds satellite acquisition.
Satellite Page
Satellite Page Options Menu
Highlight the on-screen button
at the top of the page & press
in on the THUMB STICK.
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Main Menu Page
To select the ‘Use With GPS Off’ option:
Satellite Page
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Option
Menu button at the top of the page and then press
it IN to display the Options Menu.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘Use With
GPS Off’ option and then press it IN to activate.
The Rino stops tracking satellites and should not
be used for navigation. However, the next time you
turn the unit on, it returns to Normal GPS operation.
To select ‘Track Up’ or ‘North Up’:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Option
Menu button at the top of the page and then press
it IN to display the Options Menu.
2. Highlight either the ‘Track Up’ or ‘North Up’ option
(depending on which is currently in use), and press
in on the THUMB STICK to activate.
To enter a new location:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Option
Menu button at the top of the page and then press
it IN to display the Options Menu.
2. Highlight ‘New Location’ and press in on the
THUMB STICK to display choices of ‘Auto’ or ‘Use
Map’.
If you choose ‘Auto’ the Rino determines your new
location automatically.
If you choose ‘Use Map’ a map page displays with
instructions stating, “Point to your approximate
location and press ENTER”. Use the THUMB STICK
to move the map pointer to your location on the
map and press it IN.
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Main Menu Page
The Setup Menu
The Setup Pages allow you to customize your Rino to
your personal preferences. You can choose time settings,
units of measure, display backlighting and contrast settings, heading measurement, interface options and system
operating mode.
By highlighting the icons on the Setup Menu and
then pressing in on the THUMB STICK, you can display
the Setup Page for each of the menu items.
Setup Page
Time Page
You can set the time to match your location or for a
projected location anywhere in the world.
Time Format - Allows you to choose from 12 or 24
hour time format so the clock displays like a standard
clock with 12-hour AM and PM cycles or display a 24hour cycle (Military Time).
Time Zone - Can be set to one of the eight US Time
Zones, or 24 International Time Zones (nearest city or
geographical region). Select ‘Other’ so you can enter the
UTC Time Offset.
Daylight Savings Time - Can be turned On or Off
or set to Automatic.
Setup Menu
To set the time:
1. Use the PAGE button to access the Main Menu.
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Setup Icon
and then press it IN to display the Setup Menu.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Time Icon
and then press it IN to display the Time Page.
4. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘Time Zone’
field then press it IN to display the time zone list.
5. Highlight a time zone from the list and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK.
Time Setup Page
6. If you choose ‘Other’, you must enter a UTC offset
value.
7. The correct time displays at the bottom of the page.
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Main Menu Page
Units Page
Setup Page
The Units features are best used by individuals with
a working knowledge of map grids and datums. To learn
more about these subjects, visit the National Imagery and
Mapping Agency at http://www.nima.mil or inquire at
your local library.
To select Units Page options:
1. For all fields on this page, highlight the field and
then press the THUMB STICK to display the
Options Menu for the field.
2. Highlight the desired option on the menu and then
press the THUMB STICK to place it in the field.
Units Page
Position Format
Options Menu
,
The ‘User’ datum is based on
a WGS-84-Local datum and
is an advanced feature for
unlisted or custom datums. To
learn more, check your local
library or on the world wide
web for educational materials
on datums and coordinate
systems.
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Position Format - Allows you to choose from
different grid formats. The default position format,
‘hddd°mm.mmm’ displays the latitude and longitude in
degrees and minutes and is most commonly used.The
following additional formats are available:
hddd.ddddd°— latitude/longitude in decimal degrees
only, hddd°mm’ss.s”— latitude/longitude in degrees,
minutes, seconds, UTM/UPS— Universal Transverse
Mercator / Universal Polar Stereographic grids, British
Grid, Dutch Grid, Finnish KKJ27, German Grid, India
Zones, Irish Grid, Loran TD, Maidenhead, MGRS, New
Zealand, Qatar Grid, RT90, Swedish Grid, Swiss Grid,
Taiwan Grid, User Grid, W Malayan RSO
Using the LORAN TD Format
When creating new waypoints using LORAN TD
coordinates, you must set the correct LORAN chain
number and secondary stations in the Setup TD field
before storing the waypoint. After the waypoint is stored
in unit memory, it will always reference the LORAN
chain number and secondary stations currently selected
in the Setup TD field. If you enter a different LORAN
chain number, change the secondary stations or offsets
in the Setup TD field, the active waypoint information
will reflect those changes. Since the Rino unit does not
rely on the LORAN signal for navigation, it can reference
a different GRI chain and/or secondary stations and still
navigate to the location stored in memory.
Main Menu Page
To setup Loran TD from the Main Menu:
1. When ‘Loran TD’ is chosen, the Loran TD setup
window will automatically appear.
Setup Page
2. To change the settings of any of the five fields,
highlight the field, press the THUMB STICK IN.
3. When done, highlight ‘Save’ and press IN.
4. To return to the setup page, simply select Loran TD
from the Position Format field again..
If the active GRI Chain, secondary stations or offsets
have been changed since the waypoint was created,
the waypoint will now reference the active GRI-chain
and secondary stations and adjust the TD coordinates
accordingly. Remember that the GPS is not relying on the
LORAN signal for navigation and actually converts the TD
coordinate to a useful LAT/LON coordinate (in the background) before storing the waypoint to memory or using
it for navigation. Because of this the unit can navigate to a
TD coordinate anywhere in the world.
For more information on Loran TDs, you may download Garmin’s “Loran TD Position Format Handbook”
from the Garmin web site at http://www.garmin.com/
support/userManual.html.
Map Datum - Offers a selection of nearly all map
datums in common use. Every map is based on a map
datum (a reference model of the earth’s shape) and is
usually listed in the title block of the map. If you are
comparing GPS coordinates to a paper map, chart, or
other reference, the map datum in this field must match
the horizontal map datum used to generate the map or
other reference. The default datum is WGS 84 (World
Geodetic Survey 1984) and should only be changed when
using maps or charts specifying a different datum. If a
map does specify a datum, use the options list to find
datums applicable to the region of the map, selecting the
one that provides the best positioning at a known point.
If necessary, you also may choose the ‘User’ datum for
custom designed grids.
Distance/Speed - You can choose from three units of
measure to display your rate of travel.
Elevation/Vertical Speed - You can choose from
two units of measure to record your elevation and vertical
speed.
Setting Loran TD Info
Map Datum
Options Menu
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Main Menu Page
Display Page
Setup Page
You can adjust the amount of time that the backlighting feature stays on and adjust the screen contrast.
Backlighting Timeout - Choose from Stays On, to
delays of 15 seconds, 30 seconds, one, or two minutes
before timing out.
Contrast Adjustment - Can be adjusted from light
to dark using the slider adjacent to the contrast bar.
To set the backlighting timeout:
1. Highlight the Backlight Timeout field and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to display options.
2. Highlight the desired option and then press IN on
the THUMB STICK to activate it.
Display Page
To adjust the contrast:
1. Highlight the contrast slider and then press IN on
the THUMB STICK to activate.
2. Move the THUMB STICK up or down to move the
slider until the desired contrast has been set.
Heading Page
You can select the type of heading displays, the types
of North References, or enter the magnetic variation.
Display - Allows you to choose from Cardinal Letters, Degrees or Mils.
North Reference - You can choose from True,
Magnetic, Grid or User options. If ‘User’ is chosen, you
must correct for the Magnetic Variation. The Electronic or
GPS compass uses the North Reference setting to create a
bearing.
To select either option:
Heading Page
1. Highlight the field and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to display the options.
2. Highlight the option and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to activate.
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Main Menu Page
Interface Page
The Interface Settings Page allows you to choose from
different input/output serial data formats. This feature is
used when connecting to external NMEA devices, a DGPS
beacon receiver, a personal computer, etc. See page 66 for
using the Rino with MapSource. The formats are:
Garmin - The proprietary format used to exchange
waypoint, track, and map data with a PC. Use this setting
for transferring data when using a MapSource product.
Garmin DGPS - Allows DGPS input using a Garmin
beacon receiver and a standard RTCM SC-104 and DGPS
tuning.
NMEA In/NMEA Out - Supports the output of standard
NMEA 0183 version 3.0 data. Use this for real-time plotting with MapSource or 3rd party programs.
Text Out - Allows ASCII text output of location and velocity information without input capabilities.
RTCM In - Allows DGPS input using a standard
RTCM SC-104 format without output capabilities.
RTCM In/NMEA Out- Allows DGPS input using a
standard RTCM SC-104 format and supports the output of
standard NMEA 0183 version 3.0 data.
RTCM In/Text Out- Allows DGPS input using a standard
RTCM SC-104 format and simple ASCII text output of
location and velocity information.
None - Provides no interfacing capabilities.
If ‘Garmin DGPS’ or ‘RTCM in/NMEA Out’ format is
selected, additional fields are provided to control a Garmin
differential beacon receiver (e.g. GBR 21 & GBR 23)
directly from your unit. Tuning is automatic with ‘Scan’
or you can enter the beacon frequency and bit rate when
you select ‘User’ from the Beacon list to manually tune the
receiver. Refer to the beacon receiver instructions.
Setup Page
Serial Data Options
To select a serial data format:
1. Highlight the Serial Data Format field and then press
IN on the THUMB STICK to display options.
2. Highlight an option and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK to activate it.
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Main Menu Page
System Page
Setup Page
System Setup Page in
Normal Mode,
WAAS Enabled.
The System Setup Page allows you to change GPS
operation modes, use the WAAS capabilities, and turn the
Message Beep on or off and choose the battery type.
The Option Menu allows you restore defaults or
display the current version of unit operating software and
the Unit I.D. Number. Software updates and instructions
for downloading are available from the Garmin web site
(www.garmin.com).
Choose one of the four GPS options other than
‘Normal’ to significantly save battery power. The ‘Battery
Saver’ mode reduces the rate of satellite signal position
updating and the ‘GPS Off’ option stops satellite signal
reception altogether. The ‘Demo Mode’ simulates navigation.
See page 48 for an explanation of WAAS capabilities.
To adjust System Page options:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the field and
then press IN to display options. Then use the
THUMB STICK to select the desired option and
press IN.
To display Software Version and Unit ID:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Options
Menu and then press IN. Then use the THUMB
STICK to highlight ‘Software Version’ and press
IN. Press IN again to close that Software Version
window.
To change Battery Type:
Advertised battery life
is rated using Alkaline
batteries. You may not get
the listed battery life using
other types of batteries.
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1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘Battery
Type’ field and then press IN. Then use the THUMB
STICK to select the desired option and press IN.
Use the following settings for different battery types:
Battery Type
Set Unit To
Alkaline
Alkaline
NiMH
NiMH
NiCad
NiMH
Lithium (1.2V)
NiMH
Lithium (1.5V)
Alkaline
Main Menu Page
Calendar
This feature provides you with a monthly calendar
with programmable reference notes dates. You can display
one monthly calendar of days at a time and mark days on
each with reference notes using the data entry keypad.
Days that are shaded have notes added. You can create
reference notes for multiple months and for months in
years yet to come. You can record 100 notes with up to
18 characters each.
Calendar
To change the month and year:
1. Highlight the left or right arrows on either side of
the date and press IN on the THUMB STICK to
change the month/year. The left arrow will show
past months/years and the right arrow will show
future months/years.
To use the current month and year:
Calendar Page
1. Choose ‘Set To Current Date’ from the Options
Menu.
To create a reference note for a selected date:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the day of the
month and then press IN to display the Options
Menu for the date.
Calendar Page Options
2. Highlight and select ‘New Note’ to begin entering
text from the keyboard.
Observe the message as it is created in the message
block below the keyboard.
3. To edit or delete a note previously created, highlight
the date and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Options shown include ‘Edit Note’, ‘Delete Note’,
‘View Sun and Moon’, or ‘View Hunt and Fish’.
To delete notes by week:
1. Choose ‘Delete Notes...’ from the Options Menu.
2. From the ‘Older Than..’ window, choose the desired
option and press IN on the THUMB STICK.
Calendar Page Keyboard
and Message Block
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Main Menu Page
Alarm Clock
Alarm Clock /
Calculator
This feature provides an alarm for the system clock.
Enter a time in the time field and turn the alarm on and
off from the control field menu. Remember to enter alarm
times in the same time format (UTC or local) you’re using
for your system. The unit must be on for the clock alarm
to work.
To set an alarm clock time:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the time field
and then press IN to display the keyboard. Then
use the THUMB STICK to enter the desired time,
choose ‘OK’ and press IN.
To turn the alarm clock On/Off:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Alarm
Mode field and then press IN to display the options.
Alarm Clock Page
2. Choose ‘On’ or ‘Off’ and press IN on the THUMB
STICK.
When the alarm sounds, a brief tone will be heard
(unless Message Beep is ‘Off’ under System Setup) and
“Alarm Clock” will appear on the screen. Press IN on the
THUMB STICK to acknowledge the alarm.
Calculator
This feature provides you with all the basic functions
of both of standard or scientific calculator. You can perform most calculations identified by the function symbols
along the sides of the keypad and can save the results
temporarily in the memory. The memory is cleared either
manually or when you turn off the Rino.
To change calculator options:
1. Highlight the page Options Menu and press IN on
the THUMB STICK to display the ‘Scientific/Standard’ and ‘Radian/Degrees’ options.
Calculator Page
2. Highlight the option you want to change and then
press IN on the THUMB STICK for the change to
take effect.
3. Use the THUMB STICK to move about the keypad,
enter numbers, and perform calculations.
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Main Menu Page
Stopwatch
This feature allows you to use the unit as a stopwatch,
including a lap timer. You may also have the unit record
the lap time based on distance. For example, if you set the
lap distance to one mile, the unit will record the time it
takes you to travel one mile.
Stopwatch
To start the stopwatch:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘Start’
field and then press IN. You may also press the V
(Volume) key to Start the stopwatch.
To stop the stopwatch:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the ‘Stop’
field and then press IN. You may also press the V
(Volume) key to Stop the stopwatch.
To use the lap feature:
Stopwatch Page
1. With the stopwatch running, use the THUMB
STICK to highlight the ‘Lap’ field and then press IN.
You may also press the Z (Zoom) key to capture the
lap time.
To reset the stopwatch:
1. With the stopwatch stopped, use the THUMB
STICK to highlight the ‘Reset’ field and then press
IN. You may also press the Z (Zoom) key to reset the
times.
To time lap by distance:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Options
Menu and then press IN. Choose ‘Lap by Distance’
and press IN. To return to ‘Lap by Button Press’,
repeat these same steps.
To set a lap distance value:
1. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the Options
Menu and then press IN. Choose ‘Set Lap Distance’
and press IN. To return to ‘Lap by Button Press’,
repeat these same steps.
Setting Lap By Distance
2. Use the THUMB STICK to highlight the field you
wish to change and then press IN. Enter the new
value and press IN. When done, highlight ‘OK’ and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
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Main Menu Page
Sun and Moon
Sun and Moon /
Hunt and Fish
This feature provides you with a graphic display of
both sun and moon positioning for a certain date, time
and location with times for sunrise, sunset, moonrise, and
moonset.
To set the date and time:
1. For a given date and time, highlight each field, then
press IN on the THUMB STICK to begin data entry
of individual characters.
2. To display the current date and time, highlight the
page Options Menu and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the ‘Use Current Time’ option and
then press IN on the THUMB STICK to activate.
To set the location:
Sun and Moon Page
1. Highlight the Location field and then press the
THUMB STICK to display the ‘New Location’
options list.
2. Highlight the option desired and then press IN
on the THUMB STICK to activate. If you choose
‘Current Location’ the field values displayed on
the page displays your location. If you choose ‘Use
Map’, a map page displays. Use the map pointer to
identify the desired location and then press IN on
the THUMB STICK. If you choose ‘Use Find ‘N Go
Menu’ follow instructions for using the Find ‘N Go
Menu on page 31.
Hunt and Fish
This feature provides you with a listing of best times
for hunting and fishing for a chosen location and date.
To set the date:
Hunt and Fish Page
1. Highlight the date field and then press IN on the
THUMB STICK to begin data entry of individual
characters. To display the current date, highlight the
page Options Menu and press IN on the THUMB
STICK to display the ‘Use Current Date’ option and
then press IN on the THUMB STICK to activate.
To set the location:
1. Highlight the Location field and then press IN on
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Main Menu Page
the THUMB STICK to display the ‘New Location’
options list.
2. Highlight the option desired and then press IN
on the THUMB STICK to activate. If you choose
‘Current Location’ the field values displayed on the
page reflect the times at your current location.
3. If you choose ‘Use Map’, a map page displays. Use
the map pointer to identify the desired location and
then press IN on the THUMB STICK.
If you choose ‘Use Find ‘N Go Menu’ follow instructions for using the Find ‘N Go Menu on page 33.
Area Calculator
This feature provides you an area calculation as you
move about a location or view a saved track. The area
calculation displays in acres, hectares, and square feet,
square yards, square meters, square kilometers, and
square miles.
Hunt and Fish /
Area Calculator
,
NOTE: The times displayed
are the recognized best and
good times for hunting and
fishing. But, be certain that
they are not in conflict with
state and local game laws
which may vary from location
to location. It is your responsibility to know and abide by
these laws.
To calculate the area:
1. With the Rino having a GPS fix, press ‘Start’ when
you are ready to begin.
2. Begin walking or traveling the outskirts of the area
you want to measure.
3. Continue to the end point, then use the THUMB
STICK to stop the calculation.
4. Use the THUMB STICK to store the area as a
saved track.
To review the area of a saved track:
1. On the Tracks page, highlight a Saved Track and
press IN on the THUMB STICK to see a map with
the area shown in a data field at the bottom.
‘New Location’ Options
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Main Menu Page
Games
Games Menu
The Games Page includes: Memory Race, Waypoint
Bomber, Clothesline and Assimilation. Highlight the
appropriate icon and then press IN on the THUMB
STICK to play the desired game. Brief instructions will be
displayed when you start each game.
Memory Race
Be the first to clear the board by matching all of the
two symbols sets together. Each symbol is in a square
(you can adjust the size) which you will need to walk
or travel to. Once your position appears in a square,
highlight ‘Open’ at the bottom of the screen and press IN
on the THUMB STICK. Play by yourself or race against
others! Press PAGE to quit at any time.
To adjust the Grid Size or Square Size:
1. Highlight the ‘Grid Size’ or Square Size’ field and
press IN on the THUMB STICK.
2. Choose the desired size and press IN. Highlight
‘Start’ and press IN to begin the game!
Waypoint Bomber
In this game, it’s good to stay on the move! Two or
more players attempt to “bomb” each other using their
Rino radios. All players must be on the same channel/
code to play. Move your cursor around on the map
page using your THUMB STICK. When you think an
opponent is close to the cursor, drop a bomb by press IN
on the THUMB STICK. The receiving radio will show an
‘Incoming” message. If the receiving radio is within the
blast circle (about 45 feet), it will display a message that
you have been hit. You must wait 30 seconds during shots
to reload. You could play to the first player with so many
hits loses or have a timed game with the winner being
the one with the least amount of hits on their radio! Hint:
Mark stationary objects such as trees, poles etc and drop a
bomb when an opposing player is near that object! Adjust
the rules to your liking!
1. To fire at the cursor location, press Enter (IN on the
THUMB STICK
2. To fire at your current location, press the TALK key.
3. Press CALL to view the scoreboard at any time.
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4. Press PAGE to quit the game at any time.
Main Menu Page
Clothesline
Team members select the same user symbol and then
attempt to “hit” or ‘clothesline” other players by pressing the TALK key when an opposing team member is
between them. You may also mark a point and assign it a
symbol to be used as a stationary team member. You must
wait 30 seconds between attempts. Press CALL to show
the score and PAGE to quit the game.
Games
Assimilation
Think of this as a high-tech game of tag. Team
members select the same user symbol and then attempt
to assimilate others into their team by getting within 30
feet of them and pressing the TALK key. You can set a
time limit, with the largest team winning, or play until the
other team is completely assimilated! Set your own rules
and enjoy! Press CALL to show the score and PAGE to
quit the game.
Clothesline
Assimilation
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Appendix A
What is FRS?
FRS Explained
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FRS, or Family Radio Service, is a UHF radio
frequency band licensed by the FCC for general public
use. The operating frequency ranges from 462.5625 to
467.7125 MHz, with a transmitting power of one half
watt. FRS radios are small and lightweight, making them
ideally suited for outdoor activities.
The use of FRS radios does not require a license. FRS
was intended for use by families and small groups as an
inexpensive means of two-way voice communication.
The use of GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service)
radios do require a FCC license. The operating frequency
fro GMRS ranges from 462.550 to 462.725 MHz
FRS radios broadcast on one of 14 channels, each
with a specific frequency within the FRS band.
FRS is intended for use throughout the United States,
its territories and possessions. It may also be used in
Canada. FRS is not approved outside of these areas and
may interfere with local government communication
frequencies (fire, police, etc.). GMRS use is currently
not allowed in Canada and this feature is disabled on
Canadian models.
More sophisticated FRS radios also include call functions, squelch codes, channel scan, and voice scramble.
Call functions allow you to push a Call button on the
radio, and alert other radios set on the same channel.
This feature generates a call tone and is handy in a noisy
environment where the tone is easier to initially identify
than plain speech.
Squelch codes, are useful when a lot of radio traffic
occurs on FRS frequencies. This allows you to selectively
block out other FRS users that are not part of your group.
They will still be talking with others in their own group,
but you will not hear them on your radio. They may or
may not hear you and members of your group on their
own radios. Squelch codes act as a filter, blocking your
FRS radio from hearing other unwanted FRS users.
Channel scan allows your FRS radio to scan all FRS
frequencies for signals. This is a great way to identify
an unused or less-used channel for your group. After
scanning briefly to see what channels other users are on,
simply set your FRS radios to an unused channel and
enjoy less interference. You may also find this useful just
to listen in on others currently using FRS. After all, these
are public-use frequencies and everyone has a right to
talk or listen in.
For greater communication, some FRS radios have
a voice scramble feature. This features will cause your
message to sound garbled to other FRS users that are not
part of your group. However, it does not guarantee your
conversations will be 100 percent private and secure.
Other casual FRS users will not hear your messages, but
users with similar radios or more technically-oriented
users can still monitor your conversations.
FRS radios typically feature half watt transmit power.
You may encounter FRS radios with lower transmit power
specifications than this, but all are at least 100mW (0.1
watt). You can expect your FRS radio to offer reliable
operation at one-mile range. If the area between you and
another FRS operator is free of obstructions, operation up
to a two-mile range can be achieved.
Appendix A
FRS Explained
What are the limitations?
If you are operating in an urban environment or in
varying terrain (canyons or mountains), these man-made
or natural features will act as obstructions limiting the
maximum reception range of your FRS radio. The UHF
FRS frequency is “line of sight”, meaning that the signals
do not follow the surface of the earth, but instead radiate
in a straight line from the transmitting antenna. If there
is an obstruction between the transmitting FRS radio and
the receiving FRS radio, the signal will not be received.
Smaller obstructions, such as trees, cars and even crowds
of people will cause some loss of signal, resulting in
reduced maximum range. Other FRS users can crowd
FRS frequencies. You may find squelch codes and channel
scanning useful to minimize interference from other FRS
users.
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Appendix B
Specifications
Physical
Case:
Fully-gasketed, high-impact plastic alloy, waterproof to IPX7 standards
(waterproof to one meter for 30 minutes)
Size:
4.5”H x 2.3”W x 1.6”D; 7”H with antenna (11.4 x 5.8 x 4.1; 17.8 cm)
Weight:
Approx. 7.6 ounces (236 g) w/batteries
Temperature Range:
5° to 158°F (-15° to 70°C) (operating)
Display:
1.4”H x 1.4”W (3.6 cm x 3.6 cm) 160 x 160 pixels, high-contrast LCD
Performance
Receiver:
WAAS Enabled, Differential-ready, 12 parallel channel
Acquisition time:
Approx. 15 seconds (warm start)
Approx. 45 seconds (cold start)
Approx. 5 minutes (First Time/AutoLocate™)
Update Rate:
1/second, continuous
GPS Accuracy:
<15 meters (49 ft) RMS, 95% typical1
DGPS (USGC) Accuracy: 3-5 meters (10-16 ft), 95% typical with DGPS corrections2
DGPS (WAAS) Accuracy: <3 meters (10 ft), 95% typical with DGPS corrections2
Velocity Accuracy:
0.05 meter/sec steady state
Dynamics:
Performs to specifications to 6 g’s
Interfaces:
NMEA 0183, RTCM 104 (for DGPS corrections) and
RS-232 for PC interface
Antenna:
Quad-helix
Radio
Channels:
22 (1-14 FRS, 15-22 GMRS (U.S. only)) GMRS requires FCC license
Squelch Codes:
38
Range:
Up to 2 miles on FRS; up to 5 miles on GMRS (U.S. only)
Radio Output Power:
FRS 0.5 watt; GMRS 1.0 watt (U.S. only)
Power
Input:
Battery Life:
Three 1.5-volt AA batteries3
GPS only - up to 28 hours; FRS only - up to 20 hours;
FRS and GPS - up to 15 hours5
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
1
Subject to accuracy degradation to 100m 2DRMS under the U.S. DoD-imposed Selective Availability program.
2
With optional Garmin Differential Beacon Receiver Input (such as Garmin GBR 21 or 23).
3
The temperature rating for the Rino may exceed the usable range of some batteries. Alkaline batteries can rupture
at high temperatures. External power can only be applied using the Garmin Auto Power Adapter or PC Interface
Cable with Auto Power Adapter. These cables contain a 12 Vdc to 3 Vdc voltage regulator. Modifications or other
applications voids the product warranty.
4
Alkaline batteries lose a significant amount of their capacity as temperature decreases. Use lithium batteries when
operating the Rino in below-freezing conditions. Extensive use of screen backlighting and the radio significantly
reduces battery life. Different brands of batteries vary in performance.
5
5, 5, 90 Duty Cycle - 5% receive with audio unmuted, 5% transmit and 90% standby (receive with audio muted)
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Appendix C
To obtain accessories, see your local dealer or visit the
Garmin web site at www.garmin.com and click on Shop
link.
12-volt Adapter Cable: Provides unit power from an
automobile cigarette lighter.
2.5 to 3.5 mm Jack Adapter: Allows you to use 3rd
party headsets with your Rino unit..
Bash Guard Kit: Helps protect the Rino’s edges against
hard shocks. Includes 2 bash guards, quick-release neck
lanyard and belt clip.
Carrying Case: Protects the Rino and permits use while
in the case.
Earbud with PTT (Push To Talk) Mic: Earbud fits
snugly inside the ear and has a clip-on mic with PTT
button.
Flexible Ear Receiver: Comfortable earpiece for better
hearing ability of your Rino.
Headset with VOX Boom Mic: Hands-free at it’s best!
Utilize the Rino’s VOX (Voice Operated Transmission)
feature with this headset and voice activated boom mic.
Instructional Video: For getting accustomed to your
Rino basic operations quickly.
MapSource™ Map Data CD-ROMs: An excellent tool
for creating waypoints and routes on your PC using a
background map and downloading them to your Rino.
See your Garmin dealer for MapSource details.
NiMH Battery Charger: Why buy when you can
recharge? Includes NiMH battery charger and 4 AA NiMH
batteries.
PC Interface Cable: Allows transfer of waypoints and
routes from a PC serial port.
PC Interface Cable and 12-volt Adapter: Allows transfer of waypoints and routes from a PC to the Rino and
provides unit power from an automobile cigarette lighter.
Rail/Handlebar Mount: Allows you to mount your Rino
on most rails or handlebars.
Suction Cup Mount: Allows you to mount your Rino on
most smooth surfaces or inside windscreens.
Accessories
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Appendix D
MapSource
Setup
MapSource is also an excellent
medium for storage and safety
backup of Personal Waypoints,
Routes and Saved Tracks.
See your Garmin Dealer or
visit the Garmin web site at:
www.garmin.com for
information.
Transferring MapSource Points of Interest
(POI) Data
If you have purchased a Garmin MapSource CD-ROM
mapping program and optional PC interface cable, you
may want to transfer data before beginning use, to provide
your unit with maximum Find features. The Rino 110
can accept up to 1 MB of data from MapSource Points of
Interest CD loaded on a PC and connected to the Rino
Data Port. It is not possible to transfer 3rd party maps
into Garmin products.
Data transfer requires the use of a PC, a Garmin
MapSource CD-ROM, and the accessory PC Interface
Cable with RS-232 serial port connector. Follow detailed
instructions for data transfer in the MapSource User’s
Manual.
To setup for data transfer:
1. Remove the Power/Data Port cover on the back of
the unit by lifting up on the protective cover on the
back of the unit.
2. Connect the serial port connection on the cable to
the PC serial port.
3. Connect the remaining cable connector to the back
of the Rino by orienting the slot on the connector
with indexing bar on the back of the unit. Then,
slide the connector in place. Be sure that the cable is
pushed all the way into the back of the unit!
4. Turn on the Rino and follow instructions for map
data transfer provided in the MapSource User’s
Manual. See also page 53 for unit interface settings.
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Appendix E
To resolve problems that cannot be remedied using
this guide, contact Garmin Customer Service at:
913-397-8200 or 800-800-1020
Symptom
Probable Cause
GPS Troubleshooting
Guide
Remedy
Unit does not turn on.
Batteries are exhausted.
Replace batteries.
Unit does not turn ON,
even with new batteries.
Batteries may be installed backwards.
Reinstall batteries.
You are pressing and releasing the
POWER button.
You must press and hold the
POWER button for two seconds.
The unit turns On, then turns
Off.
Batteries may be nearly exhausted.
Replace batteries.
It takes more than ten minutes
to get a location fix.
The unit’s view of satellites is
obstructed.
Move to a location with a clear view
of the sky.
Cannot access a WAAS system Your view of the satellite is obstructed Move to a location with a clear view
satellite after 2 to 5 minutes. or you are located too far from satellites and point the unit antenna in the
direction of the satellite.
currently in service for the Americas.
System GPS operation is set to something other ‘Normal’ and/or interface
setting is for RTCM.
Cannot obtain a differential
position from WAAS.
Set system GPS to ‘Normal’ and
interface to other than RTCM.
You have not collected enough infor- Wait 10-20 minutes for the initial colmation from the WAAS satellite.
lection, then 1-2 minutes afterwards.
Cannot access Point of Interest,
Find Lists.
MapSource POI data is not loaded or
activated.
Load MapSource data. Access
the Map Setup ‘Map’ option and
activate the check box.
Cannot view a track being laid
down on the map page when
traveling.
The Track Log feature is turned Off.
Access the Tracks Page, highlight
the ‘ON’ button and press in on the
THUMB STICK.
Cannot see the panning arrow
on the Map Page easily.
There is too much map clutter or the
scale is such that map features are too
densely displayed.
Use the Map Page Setup Page to
reduce map clutter or change the
map scale.
Cannot exit a menu or page
by moving the THUMB STICK
to the left.
Some menus and pages have an ‘X’
(Exit) on-screen button in the upper
right corner.
Highlight the on-screen button and
then press in on the THUMB STICK
or press PAGE.
The Rino is programmed to provide “pop-up” messages concerning operational characteristics and conditions.
Press in on the THUMB STICK to acknowledge a message and return to the current feature.
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Appendix E
To resolve problems that cannot be remedied using this
Radio Troubleshooting guide, contact Garmin Customer Service at:
Guide
913-397-8200 or 800-800-1020
Symptom
Probable Cause
Remedy
Radio not transmitting.
TALK key may not be fully depressed.
Radio feature not set to On.
Press and hold TALK key in until
done talking. Turn radio On.
Messages not being received
by others
Incorrect channel/code setting. Out of
radio range or obstructions.
Make sure other radios have
the same channel and code set.
Decrease distance between radios.
Limited talk range
You can hear others, but they
can’t hear you or you see an
incoming transmission, but
nothing is heard.
Message garbled.
Natural or man-made obstructions can Decrease distance between radios or
obtain a better line of sight between
decrease range.
radios.
You’re on the same channel, but
different code set.
If you are using code zero, you will
hear all transmissions on that channel. Use the same code (1-38) as
the other party or use ‘Scan’ to find
what code they are on.
Scramble option is enabled (120 Only) The Rino 120 must have Scramble
‘Off’ to communicate with the 110.
Too many unwanted conversations being heard.
Too many user on channel or code is
set to zero.
Switch to a different channel and/or
use code other than zero (1-38).
Interference or static
Radios too far apart or too close
Obstructions in radio line of sight..
Interference from other electronics.
Keep radios at least 3 feet apart.
Obtain better line of sight between
radios. Shut off other devices or
move away from interfering area.
Cannot transmit location.
None of the keys except TALK
will work.
Your view of the satellite is obstructed Move to a location with a clear view
of the sky. Enable ‘Send Location’.
and a GPS fix is not available, ‘Send
Location’ is off ; 30 seconds have not Wait 30 seconds between location
elapsed since last location transmission,
transmission. Enable GPS.
or GPS is set to Off.
Keylock is enabled
Hold PAGE for 5 seconds to release
keylock..
The Rino is programmed to provide “pop-up” messages concerning operational characteristics and conditions.
Press in on the THUMB STICK to acknowledge a message and return to the current feature.
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Appendix F
The following data field options are available on the
Map, Navigation and Trip Computer Main Pages.
Bearing - The direction from your current location to a
destination.
Data Field
Definitions
Course - The direction from your starting location to a
destination.
Current Destination - The next waypoint on your
route.
Current Distance - The remaining distance to your
next waypoint.
Current ETA - The estimated time of day you will
arrive at your next waypoint.
Current ETE - The estimated time needed to arrive at
the next waypoint on your route.
Elevation - The altitude (height) above or below sea
level.
Final Destination - The last waypoint on your route.
Final Distance - The remaining distance to your final
destination.
Final ETA - The estimated time of day you will reach
your final destination.
Final ETE - The estimated time needed to reach your
final destination.
GPS Accuracy - The estimated accuracy of the GPS
signal.
Heading - Your moving direction.
Location (lat/lon) - Your current GPS position.
Location (selected) - The lat/lon of point defined on
map.
Maximum Speed - The maximum speed the unit has
moved.
Moving Avg. Speed - Average speed of the unit
while moving.
Odometer - A running tally of distance travelled,
based upon the distance between second-by-second
position readings.
Off Course - The distance left or right you are from
the original course (path of travel).
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Appendix F
Overall Avg. Speed - Your average speed.
Data Field
Definitions
Pointer - Indicates the direction to the next destination.
Speed - Your rate of travel can be displayed in
miles per hour, kilometers per hour, or nautical miles
per hour.
Sunrise - The time at which the sun rises on this
day.
Sunset - The time at which the sun sets on this day.
Time of Day - The time for the selected time zone.
To Course - The compass direction you must go in
order to get back to the original course.
Trip Odometer - A running tally of distance travelled since last reset.
Trip Time - Moving - A running tally of movement
time travelled since last reset.
Trip Time - Stopped - A running tally of stopped
time travelled since last reset.
Trip Time - Total - A running tally of all travel time
since last reset.
Turn - The angle difference (in degrees) between
the bearing to your destination and your current line
of travel. ‘L’ means turn Left. ‘R’ means turn Right.
Velocity Made Good - The speed at which you
are closing on a destination along a desired course.
Vertical Speed - Your rate of altitude gain/loss
over time.
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Appendix G
Wiring Diagram
Cable View
Interface formats are selected from the Setup ‘Interface Page’ on page 55 of this
manual. See also page 68 for using the Rino with MapSource. The input/output lines
on your Rino unit are RS-232 compatible, allowing easy interface to a wide range of
external devices, including PC’s, differential beacon receivers, marine autopilots and /or
a second GPS receiver.
The NMEA 0183 version 3.0 interface format is supported by the Rino and enables
the unit to drive up to three NMEA devices.
NMEA 0183 Version 3.0 Approved Sentences:
GPGGA, GPGLL, GPGSA, GPGSV, GPRMB, GPRMC, GPRTE, GPVTG, GPWPL,
GPBOD
Garmin Proprietary Sentences:
PGRME (estimated error), PGRMM (datum string), PGRMZ (altitude), PSLIB
(beacon receiver control)
DGPS (Differential GPS) corrections are accepted in RTCM SC-104 version 2.0
format through the ‘Data In’ line. The Garmin GBR 21 and GBR 23 are the recommended beacon receivers for use with the Rino. Other beacon receivers with the correct
RTCM format may be used, but may not correctly display status or allow tuning control
from the GPS unit.
The optional PC Interface Cable allows you to connect your Rino to a PC-compatible computer’s RS-232 serial port.
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Appendix H
Frequency Chart
NOTE: If you plan to
purchase FRS radios from
third party manufacturers
be aware that there are
CTCSS differences in some
radios. Some of the tones
on one radio may not be
available on other radios.
Charts showing the different codes and manufacturers can be located on the
World Wide Web.
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FRS
Channel* Frequency
1
462.5625
GMRS
Channel* Frequency
15
462.550
2
462.5875
16
462.575
3
462.6125
17
462.600
4
462.6375
18
462.625
5
462.6625
19
462.650
6
462.6875
20
462.675
7
462.7125
21
462.700
8
467.5625
22
462.725
9
467.5875
10
467.6125
11
467.6375
12
467.6625
13
467.6875
14
467.7125
* GMRS is not currently
approved for use in Canada.
For use in countries outside
of the U.S., please check
with that government for
any restrictions of FRS or
GMRS use.
Code
Frequency
Code
Frequency
Code
Frequency
1
67
14
107.2
27
167.9
2
71.9
15
110.9
28
173.8
3
74.4
16
114.8
29
179.9
4
77
17
118.8
30
186.2
5
79.7
18
123
31
192.8
6
82.5
19
127.3
32
203.5
7
85.4
20
131.8
33
210.7
8
88.5
21
136.5
34
218.1
9
91.5
22
141.3
35
225.7
10
94.8
23
146.2
36
233.6
11
97.4
24
151.4
37
241.8
12
100
25
156.7
38
250.3
13
103.5
26
162.2
Index
A
Accessories.... .............................................. 67
Accuracy Circle ........................................... 17
Activate a Route .......................................... 43
Alarm Clock .....................................28-29, 58
Area Calculation Page.......................28-29, 60
Arrow, Panning............................................ 19
AutoZoom................................................... 21
B
Backlight Timer........................................... 56
Backlighting On/Off .................................... 56
Battery Level Indicator .................................. 3
Battery Saver Mode...................................... 56
Battery Type........................................... 56, 66
Beacon Receiver Setup................................. 55
Bearing Pointer.................................23-24, 44
Big Compass................................................ 24
Big Numbers ............................................... 27
C
Calculator Page ................................28-29, 58
Calendar Page ..................................28-29, 57
Call Button.......................................11, 62-63
Call Tone....................................................... 8
Cancel Goto .......................................... 18, 25
Cautions.................................................... iii-v
Change Course Pointer Scale....................... 24
Channels ....................................2, 4, 6, 64-66
Cities, By Name........................................... 35
Cities, Nearest ............................................. 35
Codes, Squelch...........................2, 4, 6, 64-66
Compass Ring ............................................. 23
Contact Bar ........................................... 13, 16
Contact, Deleting ........................................ 32
Contact Details............................................ 13
Contact List........................................... 13, 34
Contact, New .........................................13-14
Contact, Polling................................11-12, 14
Contact, Proximity ...................................... 47
Contrast ...................................................... 56
Course Pointer ............................................ 24
D
Data Fields ................................ 20, 24, 27, 44
Data Field Definitions.............................71-72
Date and Time Setup ................................... 51
Detail, Map.................................................. 21
Differential GPS (DGPS) .........................55-56
Display Mode .............................................. 21
E
Elevation .............................................. 20, 48
F
Fields, Data ............................... 20, 24, 27, 44
Find Cities................................................... 35
Find Contacts.............................................. 34
Find Last Found Place................................. 37
Find ‘N Go Menu ........................28-29, 33-37
Find Points of Interest ............................36-37
Find Waypoints........................................... 34
Frequency Chart.......................................... 74
G
Games Page .................................28-29, 62-63
Global Positioning System (GPS)............ iii, 48
GMRS License ...........................................ii-iii
GMRS Radio.................................... 2, 4, 8, 64
Goto............................................................ 38
Goto Line .................................................... 21
H
Heading Selection........................................ 54
Headset Type ................................................. 8
Hunt and Fish Page ..........................28-29, 60
I
Informational Picture............................2, 9-10
Initialization ................................................ 48
Interface Page .............................................. 54
K
Keylock ......................................................... 2
L
Location (Marking).................................30-31
Location, Sending ........................................15
Loading Map Data ................................. 55, 68
M
Main Menu Page.....................................28-29
Map Datums...........................................52-53
Map Display ................................................ 16
Map Features......................................... 17, 21
Map Page................................................16-22
75
Index
Map Page Options ....................................... 18
Map Page Panning..................................18-19
Map Page Setup.................................18,21-22
Map Scale.................................................... 17
MapSource Data .............................. 21, 55, 68
Mark a Waypoint....................................30-31
Mark Waypoint Page ..............................28-30
Measuring Between Waypoints.................... 22
Microphone Sensitivity...................................8
Monitor .....................................................5-6
Moving a Route Waypoint ......................42-43
My ID...................................................3-4, 11
N
Navigation Page......................................23-25
Nearest (Waypoints, Cities etc.)..............33-38
New Contact Page ..................................13-14
NMEA ................................................... 55, 66
Normal Mode.............................................. 56
North Reference .......................................... 54
North Up .............................................. 21, 50
O
Odometer...............................................26-27
Offset (Time) ............................................... 51
Orient Map.................................................. 21
Overall Average Speed................21, 26-27, 72
P
Page Sequence Setup ................................... 28
Panning (Map) .................................18-19, 30
Peer-to-peer....................................... 7, 12, 15
Poll Location ......................................7, 11-12
Position Format......................................52-53
Position Polling ............................7, 11-12, 14
Position Reporting..................................11-15
Projecting a Point ........................................ 32
Proximity Page .................................28-29, 47
R
Radio Page................................................2-10
Radio Page Setup........................................7-8
Reset Trip Page .......................................26-27
Respond To Polling........................................ 7
Ring Tone...................................................... 8
76
Roger Tone .................................................... 8
Routes ....................................................38-44
Creating.................................................. 39
Copying.................................................. 40
Deleting .................................................. 40
Naming................................................... 40
Editing...............................................40-42
Inverting................................................. 40
Navigating .........................................43-45
Route Map Page .................................42-43
S
Satellite Page ....................................29, 48-50
Saving the Tracklog ................................45-47
Scan ...........................................................5-6
Scanlist.......................................................... 6
Selecting a Page ........................................... 28
Send Location ................................... 7, 12, 15
Serial Number ............................................ vii
Setup Page...................................28-29, 51-56
Show Contact Bar........................................ 18
Show Data Fields Bar................................... 18
Show Map Only .......................................... 18
Software Version (Operating)....................... 58
Specifications .............................................. 68
Stop Navigation..................................... 18, 25
Stopwatch Page ................................28-29, 59
Sun and Moon Page..........................28-29, 60
Symbol, User .......................... 3, 4, 13, 15, 64
Symbol, Waypoint ................................ 30, 32
Symbols, Status Bar ...................................... 3
System Setup............................................... 56
T
Talk Button.......................................12, 62-63
Text Size................................................ 18, 21
Time Format ............................................... 51
Time Zone................................................... 51
TracBack.................................................45-46
Track Logs........................................21, 45-46
Track Log Saving ......................................... 46
Track Log Setup........................................... 46
Tracks Page..................................29-29, 45-46
Track Up ............................................... 21, 50
Trip Computer Page ...............................26-27
Trip Odometer....................................... 26-27
Trip Time ...............................................26-27
Troubleshooting .....................................69-70
Index
Turning the GPS Receiver “Off” ..................... 7
Turning the Radio “Off” ................................. 7
U
Unit Features........................................... 1, 66
Units of Measure ....................................52-53
Units Page ..............................................52-53
User Symbol............................ 3, 4, 13, 15, 64
UTC Offset .................................................. 51
V
View Waypoints on Route ............................. 9
VOX Level..................................................... 7
W
WAAS, Enable/Disable................................. 56
Warnings................................................... iii-v
Waypoints .......................................................
Deleting .................................................. 32
Editing.................................................... 32
List ......................................................... 34
Marking.................................................. 31
Naming................................................... 31
Projecting ............................................... 32
Proximity................................................ 44
Sending ........................................ 7, 11, 15
Symbols............................................ 28, 30
What is FRS ...........................................62-63
Wiring Diagram (Interface).......................... 71
Z
Zooming In/Out ......................................... 15
Zoom Ranges............................................... 15
77
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